Lately, I’ve been happily writing away at my novel, whose details I will share soon. For now, suffice it to say it features ghosts, romance, fair-trade coffee, murder, political corruption, left-leaning politics, and more ghosts — all in a fairly compact package.
Pushing me along as I write are my Horror Writers Association mentor Erinn L. Kemper and my local writing buds in the Writers Alliance of Gainesville, where I lead one of their small critique groups. Having been in several writing groups over the years, I’ve figured out that there are definite strategies for getting a writing group to work for you. To share some of what I’ve learned, I’ve written a blog post for the Writers Alliance of Gainesville on how to get the most from your writing group.
Enjoy, and let me know what you think. If you belong to a writing group, what would help you get even more from it?