Today marks the halfway point of #NaNoWriMo 2019! So here’s an update on my progress, how I’m measuring up to my own goals, and what I’ve learned so far. … Continue reading#NaNoWriMo: The Halfway Update
I’m guest blogging all month at Oneshi Press, where I’m sharing insights about how to write comics for aspiring creators. First up: The “rules.” (Not really rules. Kind of suggestions.) … Continue readingI’m Guest Blogging at Oneshi Press about How to Write Comics
I’ve been putting off writing fiction for too long. So, starting this month, I’m going to do more of it! Please stand by while I work on my novel… … Continue readingWriting Is Hard…So I’m Doing More of It
It may not seem intuitive, but your flap copy is indispensable from day one of book creation. Here are five reasons why, and three steps to help you get started. … Continue readingWhy You Should Write Your Flap Copy Before Your Book—And How to Do It
We’ll need your inspiration, unique insights, talents, and hard work. We’ll combine it with my experience, skills, and training. And we’ll make. Your. Book. Happen! … Continue readingIntroducing Lynsey G: Writing Coach!
While I may have been fully capable of crossing twenty things off my daily to-do list in late March, that kind of energy is just not sustainable. Use your spring fever energy to set realistic goals for yourself, and then enjoy meeting them for the rest of the spring! … Continue readingKeep Calm and Set Goals: or, Writing with Spring Fever
Outlines aren’t the rigid taskmasters they can sometimes feel like. In fact, the reason outlines are shaped the way they are is that they’re meant to be flexible. Here are some thoughts, tips, tricks, and resources to get you started! … Continue readingAn Outline About Outlining. Meta!
You’ve heard of about a zillion different types of editing, but you’ve got a limited budget, and you’re SO ready to get this book out into the world… How much editing do you really need to prepare your book for publication? … Continue readingHow many stages of editing does your book really need?