Guest Blogging on J. Rose Allister’s blog

As writers, we need to support each other any ways we can, and one of the best ways is to post an article on someone elses blog. This article is about your equipment that you find in your story and an approach on how to write it in properly. You certainly don’t want to have Batman’s Utility Belt where you always have the solution, but at the same time you don’t want to constrict your writing that you are bound by what you write. Check it out.

A note, that while I do a variety of Sci-Fi and Fantasy, this blog is by an erotica author. The reason I chose to have a post here is that there are a lot of good articles on the craft of writing, and at the end of the day, writing is writing and the rules are crucial for all forms of writing. So check out my article and check out other articles on the site. There is a treasure of advice waiting for you to find.

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  1. Kate Rauner says:

    I appreciate your interest in authors helping authors. I recently joined, a sc-fi/ fantasy critiquing site. They have some suggestions for diplomatic critiques – how to present comments so the author can benefit from them. I have started performing critiques and have not yet submitted a piece of my own work (I intend to soon.) I have received messages from authors saying my comments were useful, so I am encouraged.
    Personally, I spent years writing technical papers in passive voice and pedantic style – I want to learn to break free!

    • mad_cat says:

      Check out my article on Active vs Passive voice. I tried to break it down and give the simplest easy to remember explanation. I’m thinking of joining, I found your post on Jodie Llewellyn blog and figured why not. The other site I joined to do that is very limiting.

      • Kate Rauner says:

        I am planning to submit the first chapter of the book I am currently working on the critters. When I get my critiques back, perhaps I’ll post about the experience.
        Thanks for the tip on your post on Active vs Passive.

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