Today I'm over on WriteRightEditing.co.uk talking about my experience of being edited and how (and why) I chose to become an editor. You can read the post here: http://www.writerightediting.co.uk/blog/from-writer-to-editor-kendra-olson.html
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all my followers and to all the wonderful authors I’ve worked with this year. It’s been a pleasure to get to know you and to work with you on developing your stories. To watch a book, and an author, grow is one of the greatest joys of editing. … Continue reading Happy holidays!
Over on my reading and writing blog, I'm featuring a guest post by self-published mystery author Virginia King on how she chose the title and cover for her latest short story collection, Leaving Birds. I found it helpful and interesting to hear about how she approached the process. I hope you do too. https://kendraolson.wordpress.com/2017/09/22/the-battle-of-the-birds-guest-post-and-cover-reveal-by-virginia-king/ Authors, … Continue reading One author’s experience of choosing a title and cover for their self-published short story collection
As promised all the way back at the start of the summer, I’m finally sharing my free book mapping template with you. As a reminder, a book map is best thought of as an outline which is created after your story has been written—so it’s not what you intend to write but what you have … Continue reading Adventures in Book Mapping, Part 2
Adventures in Book Mapping