Guest post at Sherry Soule's blog


Lately, I've been thinking about the importance of evoking reader emotion, and the best way to use backstory to do it. All of that pondering eventually turned into today's post, which is being featured at Sherry's Fiction Writing Tools. Her blog is a resource for writers that offers self-editing tools, tips on revision, and savvy manuscript advice, and I'm more than happy to hang out there today.

12 comments:

Clarissa Draper said...

Sounds awesome. I'll check it out.

angelaquarles.com said...

Don't see it?

Angela Ackerman said...

It looks like it isn't up yet--I'd just check back later in the day in case there is a time difference issue. :)

Becca Puglisi said...

It's up now. Sorry about that!

Martha Ramirez said...

Awesome post and Sherry rocks! Love her sites and she's such an awesome person.

Sherry Soule said...

Thanks Becca for the post! And thank you, Martha for the kind words. I've been a huge fan of this site for a long time. :-D

~Sherry

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Traci Kenworth said...

Sounds fun!! Will check out.

Wendy G. Ewurum: Blog Author said...

Checking it out Angela and thank you so much for that insightful comment you left of my blog. You have no idea how much help its been.

Southpaw said...

Thanks for the link. I'm checking it out.

Cynthia Chapman Willis said...

I'm on my way over!

Tasha Seegmiller said...

Just found your blog and was so excited and then found that you are sending people to another awesome blog so I'm feeling like it's my lucky day.

New follower :)

Becca Puglisi said...

So glad you found us, Tasha!

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