Guest Post: Author David Farland

Yesterday I posted my review of Million Dollar Outlines by David Farland. Today I’m delighted to host his guest post, here at Transformational Editor. Don’t forget to come on back tomorrow, when I’ll be reviewing his book, Drawing on the Power of Resonance in Writing. David Farland is an award-winning, New York Times Bestselling Author […]

An Interview with Richard Long, author of The Book of Paul. Plus, $300 in Gift Cards, a Kindle Fire, Books and More Up For Grabs!

Please enjoy this author-provided interview with Richard Long, author of the nail-biting supernatural thriller, The Book of Paul. Then read on to learn how you can win huge prizes as part of this blog tour, including a Kindle Fire, $300 in Amazon gift cards, 5 autographed copies of the book, and a look into your […]

Book Review: She Wulf by Sheryl Steines. Plus, $550 in Gift Cards, a Kindle Fire & Books Up for Grabs!

Author Sheryl Steines drops Wizard Guard Annie Pearce into battle mode from the very first chapter in her second novel, She Wulf. Annie doesn’t know it, but that battle will lead her into another time and place where she will struggle to fulfill her prophesied destiny. Beyond her fight with the supposedly extinct, super strong […]

Good News and Fascinating Tribute

Good news first, right?  And good news last, today. Madavor Media has acquired The Writer magazine.  Just a couple of weeks ago I wrote about Kalmbach Publishing looking for a buyer for the 125 year-old magazine.  In a surprisingly short time, the deal was struck, and the print magazine will carry on.  Madavor intends to […]

Writing in Your Perfect Time

There are innumerable opinions on the perfect time to write. Some say it’s best to rise early in the morning and crank out a few pages before the world and your family wakes. There are those who write in the middle of the day, sneaking moments during their lunch break, or the baby’s nap to add […]

Revisiting Goals: A Chance to Start Over

The mid-year mark came and went, almost without notice.  But I caught it sneaking past from the corner of my eye, and realized it’s time to revisit my goals. I know you’re thinking I’m really overdoing it with the goals theme.  But it’s important to your writing career to know where you stand. I’ll go […]