Nuts and Bolts: “Thought” Verbs | LitReactor

"In six seconds, you’ll hate me. But in six months, you’ll be a better writer. From this point forward – at least for the next half year – you may not use “thought” verbs.  These include:  Thinks, Knows, Understands, Realizes, Believes, Wants, Remembers, Imagines, Desires, and a hundred others you love to use. The list … Continue reading Nuts and Bolts: “Thought” Verbs | LitReactor

Grammar – It Gets Your Attention

Have you ever started reading a book, but could not get through it, because there were so many grammar mistakes? I have too! Good grammar is paramount to your book selling and appealing to a wide audience. Of course, this applies to your blog posts, as well. I actually have a book called, "The Little … Continue reading Grammar – It Gets Your Attention

You Want to Write a Book?

I wanted to write a book for years and I had so many ideas that I could not ever settle on an idea to move forward.  I immobilized myself with self-doubt and thought-chaos.  Here is another fine graphic to get you on your writing path found on Natasha Lester, Author. I am at stage 3 … Continue reading You Want to Write a Book?