writing a book | Jennifer Probst

There are a few things people think of when they hear the word editor. Deadlines. A smart person dressed in business suits with glasses who reads manuscripts all day. A mysterious figure who takes you to lunch, and decides whether or not she likes your next book pitch and whether to shower you with money […]

March 5, 2020

Why Editors are Critical

Oh, my poor neglected blog. Let’s hope my regular readers haven’t given up on me, and understand that to deliver consistent quality reads in regular intervals, sometimes my blog suffers a bit. I took a vacation last week. An overdue one. I met up with my big Italian family and headed to Puerto Rico for […]

February 25, 2016

Writing and the Way You Handle the Waves…

OK, in the month of November they have this crazy contest called Nanowrimo, where you complete a 50,000 word book in 30 days. Insane, right? Intriguing, right? For anyone who has ever thought they wanted to write a book or get a jump start on a new one, or wished they could hold a job […]

December 4, 2010