Harvesting the Crop of your Writing

Happy Monday. I’ve been trying to catch up since my vacation the end of April, and I’m starting to see light at the end of the tunnel. *Happy Dance*

I couldn’t let today pass without pointing you toward Harmony Kent’s excellent post on “Harvesting the Crop of Your Writing.” You can find it on Story Empire today. Enjoy!

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Hello SEers! Welcome to another Monday Blog. Today, I thought I’d write about how to harvest the crop of your writing, and to that end, I am re-using the fertile soil of an old article I wrote for an online writing mag that has now, sadly, closed its doors. I make no apologies for my … ahem … artwork 🙂

To write a book is to become intimate with change. And, if we do it right, we’ll have something to harvest at the end of the process. As with any process, while each individual step is important, timing is everything. We need to know when to interfere, and when to leave well alone. Whether the problem be over-watering, or under, the end result will be the same: The seed of imagination will never make it to a full grown, published and successful book.

So, how do we best harvest the…

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8 thoughts on “Harvesting the Crop of your Writing

  1. This was a great post! I feel like I’m so far behind as well, and I didn’t even get to spend time on a tropical beach as my excuse … er, um, okay, off to play catch-up (not to be mistaken for ketchup, which goes much better with hotdogs 🙂 )

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