iWriterly Video: Critique Partners: Etiquette & Where to Find Them

Looking to work with critique partners (CPs) to improve your manuscript? Learn what a CP is, the best etiquette for working with them, and where to find them in this iWriterly video. This video is broken into three parts: What is a critique partner? 10 tips on critique partner etiquette Finding critique partners   https://youtu.be/ej-ZGUmnICIContinue reading iWriterly Video: Critique Partners: Etiquette & Where to Find Them

iWriterly Video: 2018 Regrets & Accomplishments + 2019 Goals

Meg LaTorre of iWriterly participates in the reflections and resolutions writing tag (an AuthorTube/BookTube tag), originally created by Kim Chance and Megan Oliver. Meg was tagged by Megan LaCroix. Meg will reflect on 2018 as well as share her resolutions and goals for 2019.   QUESTIONS 2018 Reflections What was your standout writer moment/memory in … Continue reading iWriterly Video: 2018 Regrets & Accomplishments + 2019 Goals

New Book to Be Released in The Emotion Thesaurus Series

Heya, book nerds! As some of you may know, I joined the Writers Helping Writers team as one of their Resident Writing Coaches at the end of 2018. I'm a HUGE fan of anything Angela Ackerman and Becca Puglisi publish. For those of you who aren't familiar, these ladies created The Emotion Thesaurus series, including … Continue reading New Book to Be Released in The Emotion Thesaurus Series

iWriterly Video: The Book Selection Tag

Meg LaTorre of iWriterly participates in the Book Selection Tag, originally created by Lenn Woolston.   QUESTIONS How do you decide what you are going to read next? Do you pick what's trending? Read in a specific genre? Or is it random? How important is the cover? Do you judge a book by its cover? … Continue reading iWriterly Video: The Book Selection Tag

iWriterly Video: Types of Character Arcs

Learn a few examples of different types of character arcs in this iWriterly AuthorTube video with Meg LaTorre. One of the biggest draws to stories—of any medium—are characters. So many of us want to follow the journeys of individual characters whose personalities or situations we find compelling. The biggest disappointment I often have at the … Continue reading iWriterly Video: Types of Character Arcs