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Dear Track Changes, I’m working on a novel about a quartet of auto mechanics in rural Montana. A lot of the novel is based on the camaraderie between them, which means a lot of dialogue. For these guys, that means a lot of bad words. I didn’t think twice about it while writing my first… Read more »
Dear Track Changes, I’ve been working on a novel off and on for a few years, and I finally have a finished draft. I am more or less happy with the draft I have, but that doesn’t mean I don’t think it has room to improve. I just feel like I can’t see the forest… Read more »
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Eventually, you’ll wear those rejection letters as a badge of courage, but for now, it stings. Here’s how to deal with rejection as a writer:
Dear Track Changes, I’ve been working on the same half of a novel off and on for five years. Even worse, it’s the first half. I have a story I want to tell, but I just can’t over the hump to getting the opening of the novel where I want it so that I can… Read more »