An interview with Antigone Brown, the main character in the award-winning Book of Mercy.
This is a story of a woman who drew on the walls and the stove and the breadbox. Her name was Maud Lewis. And I fell in love with her spirit.
What’s the neatest thing about book tours? Meeting readers and hearing their stories.
Plain writing can take your work to a new level. Use these tips to put zing in your writing.
Stop getting all tangled up in “theme.” Instead, start thinking about the “armature” or the idea upon which you hang your story.
Great business writing seeks to express—not impress. Give your clients, your coworkers, your boss clarity, and they will give you loyalty.
Rules of grammar make editing easier, but sometimes the right choice is to edit with compassion.