Category Archives: dreaded

Purging the Three-letter-word Profanity

I’m taking a class on pitches and blurbs.  It’s a good class, and it’s helping me even more than I expected. One of the most important elements of strong pitches and blurbs is using active language, and this means ridding … Continue reading

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The Dreaded Synopsis

 Ugga-mugga.  I hate writing synopses even more than I hate writing queries.  I suppose I wouldn’t mind them so much if I felt confident about writing them, but since my measurement for  success is a sale of my novel for … Continue reading

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