This weekend I got that dreaded letter in my mailbox. A jury summons. Yep, it says I must report or else. The only excuses that fly are old-age, care for someone who can’t take care of themselves, military service and maybe death. All my excuses, “I’m on the last draft of my work-in-progress,” “I need […]
Most people believe everything in fiction is made up. Readers, however, demand much more than that of writers. They demand credibility and genuineness. So when Matthew Peters began working on his suspense thriller, The Brothers’ Keepers, he had to immerse himself in quite a bit of research. The main character uncovers remote truths about Christianity that […]
Joan Curtis, author of The Clock Strikes Midnight, shares writing tips and lessons #writingtips Click To Tweet This video addresses the research that needs to be done when writing fiction. Take a look and share your ideas! What do you research and how do you do it? Before your writing or after?