We at WITS are so happy to have Margie back with us, after a too-long hiatus! Wisdom ahead!
Ready for two treats?
First Treat: This blog is loaded with examples of power, power, power. The kind of power that boosts your writing toward contracts and awards and bestseller lists.… Read the post
Our lives are about change.
Some people look at change as a bad thing, as something to avoid. Others view change as a possibility for something better. No matter how you feel about the life detours called change, nothing in our lives is permanent.… Read the post
Please give a welcoming WITS hello to Ruthie Knox who's here celebrating the launch of her latest novel (releasing today, btw) and talking about why she chose to write about a flawed hero.
So I wrote a romance novel where the hero stutters.… Read the post
Margie Lawson is back with another can't miss blog! AND, a giveaway. Read on!
Writers know SHOW DON’T TELL, but some know it cognitively. It’s rote.
They know SHOW DON’T TELL the same way they know i before e except after c.… Read the post
By Laura Drake
I’m only beginning to come out of my post-conference fog, and to get my head around all the work I have to do! Before I jump into that though, I wanted to tell you what I learned from this conference.… Read the post