Posts Tagged: writing advice

M.J. here. Over the last two weeks I had the privilege of taking a super inspiring trip to England, which included a five-day Arvon course in writing romantic fiction. It was one of those trips writers dream about, and in addition to lots of great information and experiential research, I had plenty of time on trains…
M.J. here. Maybe it’s weird to say this at 40, with four novels and years of semi-pro writing experience under my belt, but sometimes I still feel like a freshman writer. In part this is because there are some professional habits I have yet to fully pick up. The simplest (and by far the hardest) of these:…