Introduction to the Series
This is the first post in a series of articles reviewing the books and resources that helped me finish and publish my first novel. I hope you enjoy it and find it helpful!
In this post, I’ll review Self-Editing for Fiction Writers (First Edition) by Rennie Browne and Dave King. This book was immensely helpful as I edited my first book, and it also taught me a lot of helpful writing tricks that I now use when I draft.
(It’s worth noting that the second edition was out when I bought my copy, but the first edition was much cheaper, and multiple customer reviews assured me that the content is largely the same. I have links for where to purchase this book at the end of the post.)
I first met Lisa through her blog, but she's a fiction author as well! I recently interviewed her about her books, her blog, and all her favorite things. She's always in the know and has a very cool take on all things princess. Here's our conversation.
The Princess and the Lamp was inspired by a road trip to Canada...
I love to sew, and fashion creeps into my books pretty often. Clothing design is a major part of the Salarian Chronicles (and the Fairy Tale Adventures as well). In Rook and Shadow, fashion plays a major part in the story line as Princess Salara deals with the way people view her fairy-enchanted beauty.
A. G. Marshall
Bonus scenes, glimpses into my writing process, and more!
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