Tag Archives: self-editing

Write Like Your Mom’s Not Watching

Let’s be clear from the outset. My mom is the last person I fear judgment from in my work. But I think every writer second guesses their decisions about how far to go in sex scenes. In Monster in My Closet, I wrestled a great deal with writing the incubus plotline. Not because it was […]

How to Self-Edit: For Non-Pantsters

The timing for this week’s topic is perfect. I just finished edits on last November’s novel and considered writing this same post for my own blog. So, we’ll do it here, instead. First of all, I should warn you that I’m a little spastic in the planning department. My brain needs something tactile to work […]