I am a published writer, Chief Editor and own A1 Editorial Service. I teach writing, specializing in novel writing, and creative writing. I can answer most any question concerning writing a book, plot and characterization, tighten the prose, and the editing process, and help advise with publishing and the requirements of obtaining a literary agent.
Sisters In Crime Internet Chapter, The Short Mystery Fiction Society, and Brazos Writers Group.
Writers Post Journal magazine, May 2006 issue, Augusr 2006 issue, Nov/December 2006 issue and soon in 2008, On A Whim, flash fiction anthology, offered in Barnes & Nobles and Amazon.
Some college, creative writing, fiction writing
I have numerous clients using my service through my editorial service and numerous members in my Online writer workshops.
I love writing and especially teaching it. I enjoy helping fellow writers and have seen some of my students go on to be published. It's rewarding and challenging.
A writer shouldn't cease to learn, and I continue to learn something about writing almost every day.
In every talented person with a small desire to write-- hides a truly gifted writer, once armed with a little knowledge and good editing. That's my own quote and feel that is the unique aspect of writing that most writers don't know.
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First, they will NEVER give permission. George Lucas industry is huge and franchised. Forget that. Don't even try. Secondly, you cannot ever quote anyone or use real names. That is a liability to be
I don't write in first person narrative just for this issue and the fact I personally do not like reading first person narrative. A lot of people do not unless it is a self-help book, a memoir, or celebrity
No, the author does not write the novel/book in different languages. The publisher has the novel/book translated in other languages depending on the sales of the novel/book, and the demand for another
It only depends on the publisher's contract. But with ebooks, why pay for it if it is online for free? If you are in a contest, take the win and publishing contract, obviously.... If you do n0t win
Jackie, it's not as easy as that. Sorry. First, let me explain that traditional publishers DO NOT accept unsoicited manuscripts. Period. Secondly, no one can "get published" without hiring a literary
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