Here is the second half of a two-part series on How to Write a Synopsis. The first part deals with synopsis development and this second part will discuss the mechanics of a synopsis.
USING SOUND and SIGHT to REVISE YOUR WORK by Craig Anderson – Writing Instruction, Editing, Author Toolkit
Put this new Editing Tool to work for you! Now you can edit your work by listening to it on a phone, music player, in your car, or send it to a friend for a critique. It’s like an instant audiobook of your own work but in its editing stage.
USA Today Best-Selling Deadwood Mystery Series author, Ann Charles, to keynote at CAC18 and to present sessions and workshops.
We are excited to announce that Attorney Lake Perriquey will present sessions at CAC18 on the topics of Copyright, Intellectual Property, and Trademark
An entirely new choice in book publishing is shared to the Chanticleer Community by Sara Stamey. What would you think if there were a publisher that offered the expertise and structure you need (like a traditional publisher) but also offers a system where you get more creative control and better royalties (closer to self-publishing)?
The largest book club in the world has just announced it 2016 reading list. And a Chanticleer Award winning author is on it! Now this is something to CROW about!
Find your writing muse using AGILE Techniques. AGILE for Authors require that authors identify psychological triggers to engage their creativity and summon their muses.