5 Editors Tackle the 12 Fatal Flaws of Fiction Writing
Available December 1, 2015 from Ubiquitous PressFiction writers often struggle with improving their craft. The biggest challenge comes from the inability at times to see what isn’t working. The prose feels off. The scene just isn’t gelling. The dialogue sounds stilted or clunky. What helps writers most is to read passages that demonstrate flawed writing, then be shown revisions that target specific flaws and offer clear, effective solutions.Buy on Amazon
Written by five fiction editors, this comprehensive guide to self-editing provides an invaluable resource for any fiction writer of any genre. Part of the Writer’s Toolbox Series by Ubiquitous Press, it shows, not just tells, how to write better fiction.
Available December 1, 2015 from Kalos PressSociety understands how terrible the loss of a child is when that child is out of the womb, but what about when a child dies before birth? Or what about the emptiness that comes when a very-much-wanted child is never even conceived? These quiet, private losses are hard for those who have not experienced them to understand. And these losses leave those who have suffered them feeling alone in their grief.Buy on Amazon
Not Alone: A Literary and Spiritual Companion for Those Confronted with Infertility & Miscarriage, written by twenty-seven contributors, is a resource for those who have suffered through these experiences and for friends and relatives who want to understand what their loved ones are going through. God can use the difficulties we've faced in our life to bring light to others who walk the same dark path. In this book, I share my story of miscarriages in the hope that it will inspire others.