First, let me confess, I am not the world’s greatest writer of perfectly crafted prose. No dear people, I am a storyteller. I tell stories, stories of ordinary people who face extraordinary challenges, or, at least, unusual ones. Since I am a firm believer in positive outcomes in life, you can be assured from the outset that my characters will somehow find their way through to a satisfactory conclusion, well, most of the time, anyway.
In the past two months I have been burried in the mountain of information on the web concerning writing. There are a number of editors (eek) who readily share their opinions (eek). Better yet, there are a blessed few who share their skills and experience. These folks have provided enough material to write a thesis. I have been trying to absorb much of what they have so generously shared. Here are three blogs well worth investigating.
Most of the books I have published on Smashwords are works from long ago, great stories, I beleive, but early works, none the less. My style, like anyone’s, is evolving, and evolving more quickly now that I have access to better information. The books I publish in future should reflect this. First, however, I have another dozen or more of the early stuff to tidy up a bit.
For a look at one of my newer works, check out this one on Smashwords.
Happy reading, Pru