1st Monday of the month. David Williamson, Grammar Nazi, helps hone your writing skills.
3rd Tuesday of the month: Kat Crawford, Super Resource Woman.
2nd Wednesday of the month: Angela D. Meyer, Technical aspects and more.
Thursdays: Fun flex day. Check in for our surprise guest and topic.
4th Friday of the month: Jeanie Jacobson (me). Encouragement and humor on platform building.
In most TV shows the rookie stands out. Whether it’s a detective or medical series, we spot the newbie right away.
When I first joined a critique group I thought my book was ready to go. Bzzzt. Wrong. It was worse than Sister Mary Catherine hip-hopping at a rave.
Learn from my mistakes so you don’t make the same ones. We’ll erase the giant overhead “ROOKIE!” finger earmarking you. You’ll feel more confident going into critique groups and meeting editors.
For example, I learned this the hard way:
Watch out for it! Top of the list! The exclamation mark!
Exclamation marks scream, “Newbie!”
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