Interview: Hidden History

Hidden History is the answer to a writer's quandry for unusual history...

How to Trust the Process

As writers, we tend to get overwhelmed by other writer's successes, but we fail in one thing. . .

Editing the Dialogue

Dialogue is hard. But it doesn't have to be! Some tips on editing dialogue...

How to Write about Horses

This blog post first appeared on http://www.kathleendenly.com, June 4, 2018. How to Write about Horses in Historical Fiction by Tisha Martin Horses have long since been an icon in American history, a loyal friend to the cowboy in the movies or in a novel. Often, too many historical writers don’t capitalize on the benefit of … Continue reading How to Write about Horses

Defining Success Part Four

Words are tricky little things, aren't they? Especially when we've had little...

Build Your Brand: A Resource for Writers

Not sure how to build your platform or brand? Too many choices? Stop right there because brand strategist Traci Sanders is your partner in the process. Traci empowers indie authors to build memorable brands . . .

Three Steps to Editing the Beginning

Working on your first chapter needs only three things to keep the characters real and the readers turning the page. Plus, seven winners announced for Barbour's 7 Brides for 7 Texans!!