Geek Girl Learns…

From Self-Editing for Fiction Writers by Renni Browne & Dave King, and The 10% Solution by Ken Rand A catch up post from April Two easy reads! Overview, and an Apology I'll be honest with you, gentlebeings, I am skipping ahead in my posting schedule so that I can get in as many writing books … Continue reading Geek Girl Learns…

Geek Girl Learns…

...From James Scott Bell's Revision & Self-Editing Catch up post #2 (originally scheduled for March) I will admit, my lovely readers, that I am more than a bit in love with James Scott Bell's writing style and technique. I've read, and will review in one of the catch up posts, his Plot & Structure, but … Continue reading Geek Girl Learns…

Geek Girl Learns…

...from Jewell Parker Rhodes' Free Within Ourselves: Fiction Lessons for Black Authors White Girl Reads a Book for Black Authors While Eating Ramen in a Japanese Cafeteria......Welcome to the 21st Century? Overview Well, my craft book for this month was supposed to be James Scott Bell's Plot and Structure. The significance of February washed completely … Continue reading Geek Girl Learns…

Geek Girl Learns…

From Orson Scott Card's Characters & Viewpoint Well, this one was certainly interesting... Disclaimer: I totally disagree with pretty much all of Orson Scott Card's politics, but I attempted to read this through without bias. It has been recommended to me by several teachers, so here we go. Disclaimer #2: It's also a book that … Continue reading Geek Girl Learns…