February 19th, 2014

Crossing Physical Barriers: NYT Bestseller Interviews

Tiffany Lawson Inman

The winner of Cynthia D’Alba’s giveaway, determined by Random.org, is Mary. Congratulations! Cynthia is waiting for you to contact her with your information.

by Tiffany Lawson Inman

Welcome to Part Three of Crossing Physical Barriers. Surprise! I’ve decided to add an interview segment into this series. […]

September 28th, 2012

Ax Your Cliches: Why and How

We couldn’t talk WriterStrong without our Yoda of Edits and sparkling prose, Margie Lawson. Be prepared for great takeaway as Margie not only tells you, but shows you how it’s done! Here she is:

A big THANK YOU to Laura Drake for inviting me to be her guest today.

Everything I teach is all about […]

May 25th, 2012

Dialogue is King

By Tiffany Lawson Inman

In theatre, dialogue is king. It is the lifeline of the story. Character’s lines bouncing back and forth between each other. Confiding, conspiring, commiserating, coercing, or caring. Dialogue works to create emotion, conflict, show character, and it always moves the dramatic action forward.

It seems that in fiction writing, dialogue isn’t […]

October 26th, 2011

Don’t Let Thrillers Hog The Freezer!

We’re so excited to have with us today at WITS: Tiffany Lawson Inman -Naked Editor! She’s not only Margie Lawson’s pride and joy, she’s an amazing editor who can help take your writing from good to great! Here’s Tiffany:

Why is it, we think only of a high intensity thriller when we hear the phrase, […]

July 12th, 2011

10 Not Absurd Lessons from Margie Lawson (and Her Peeps!)

By Jenny Hansen

Last Friday Margie Lawson did a guest blog at Writers In The Storm. If you missed it, please take a moment to catch up by clicking here.

As usual, Margie’s advice was spot-on and amazing. However, what surprised me about Friday’s post was the comment section.

I knew Margie had a big […]