Tuesday, August 12, 2014

And someone who DOESN'T know about editing would be... *scratches head, wanders away lost in thought*



It's a little late (It's August 12 already? How long have I been asleep?) but the IWM magazine is well worth the wait.  As that cover notes, you'll get an interview with author Jeff Hargett, who was one of our contributors in the Indie-pendence Day Time Travel Anthology.  You'll also get his time travel story as a teaser for what you'd get if you buy that book.  (The first one is always free...).

And there's the kind of lengthy, rambling, nonconclusive discussion of writing you've come to expect from me, as I ramble about how to write a great opening line for your book (Hint: Copy Snoopy.)

Plus, some very focused and helpful pieces from Sandra (on blogs you should be reading if you're serious about writing, and you are serious about writing, aren't you? Those of you who are not serious about writing may show yourselves out.  No, just kidding, you can stay but you've got to start bringing cookies) and Andrew, who talks about editing because Andrew is to editing as Jedis are to kickin' people's butts.  Can we call Andrew a "Jedi-tor?" *Checks with staff of lawyers*  Uh huh. So Lucas will sue us until we disintegrate if we do?  But he'll get mostly PT's assets? Bring it on.


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But click here if you were intrigued by that Indie-pendence Day Anthology reference and thought "Boy, I could really use 15 great time travel stories to make this Tuesday worth getting out of bed for."

4 comments:

  1. Jedi-tor! I like that.
    "You want to remove that comma."

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  2. I'm also a fan of Jedi-tor. Awesome new word for the day.

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  3. We can use exclamation points for our lightsabers!

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