Advice and accountability

The Club Ed for Writers blog includes plenty of advice on common writing problems, whether craft-related (how to improve character development), technical (how to format a query letter), or personal (how to find the time to write).

If you’d like to connect with like-minded writers who mutually support each other and help each other reach their writing goals, consider joining the (free) Club Ed accountability group. To join, drop me a line at Use “Accountability group” in the subject line.

how to write a story
How to write a novel. This four-lesson, self-paced class, written by a developmental editor, shows authors how to apply developmental editing principles to their own work. You’ll learn what concerns like “lack of a clear central conflict” and “poor character development” mean, how to find out if your novel has such story problems, and, if so, what to do to fix them.
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