What’s one of the most overlooked elements to write and publish?
Hey writers and muse daters. About two years ago, I was at St. Louis to speak to the Gulf Managers Association of America. About what?
I spoke about clarity in writing.
This is funny because a lot of fiction writers think that clarity doesn’t apply to them or it’s not important. But if you’ve ever revised anything, you found out really quickly that clarity can be one of those elusive attributes of even fiction writing. Really getting your message across–whether it’s in your theme or if it is in the actual progression of your chapters, there are lots of issues that even fiction writers have with clarity.
So, clarity is a really important element even for fiction writers. It’s super super important. And so, the Gulf Managers Association of America have invited me to speak at St. Louis to help writers learn about the importance of clarity in writing.
I’d love to talk to you about getting clarity in your writing and not just in your writing but in your writing goals–where do you want to go, where are you right now, and how can you get to the place that you want to go–because that’s often confusing for writers.
I can also guide you in what way it is best for you to publish–whether it’s self-publishing or traditional–since publishing is not a “one-size-fits-all “ solution.
I’d love to talk to you about where you are, where you’d like to go, and how you can get there. Drop yourself right into my calendar and chat with me there by clicking this link.