I am new to SheWrites and have been joining a couple of groups that seem like a good fit for me. I am pursuing self publishing my novels, novellas and short stories this year as well as continuing to submit work…"
"What are others of you working on these days? I've just sold a new article to Call to Worship Journal and I am happy about that. My essay in Being Reformed has just come out as well. To top it off, I'm starting a novel.…"
"A woman who is planning to go into Movie Producing thinks that the last story in my book (below) called, The Promised Land, is timely and should be a movie. It shows what a non-political person can do against the abuses of a corrupt mayor when she…"
Thank you so much for joining my group, Blooming Late.
You'll find we have a wonderful group of women who are great sources of support, encouragement and inspiration. It looks like you'll fit right in!
It seems as you are already quite accomplished, please don't hesitate to introduce yourself to the group in the Kicking things off discussion and then let us know you're writing accomplishments and goals.
Writers are (often erroneously) taught to avoid: genre, sentimentality, and telling instead of showing. Unfortunately, this advice leads many writers astray. Here’s some further reading on why genre is not a dirty word, why there is a place for…See More
I wonder where you draw the line between historical fiction and more contemporary war stories? Would it be WWI? That's one war that interests me and in comparison to WWII I think it has been less used for fiction. See More