Common Writing Mistakes and How to Avoid Them | Indie/Local Author Series
Common Writing Mistakes and How to Avoid Them
Nancy Sakaduski, Cat & Mouse Press
All writers make mistakes. Avoiding common errors can mean the difference between your work being accepted or rejected by judges, agents, and publishers. Nancy Sakaduski, owner of Cat & Mouse Press, which runs the popular Rehoboth Beach Reads Short Story Contest, has seen her share of fixable mistakes in the hundreds of submissions she reviews. In this session, Nancy will review common errors in story structure, setting, characterization, and dialogue. You will come away with practical ways to improve your writing, as well as some handy hacks and resources.
*Part of the Local/Indie Author Speaker Series (free and open to the public)
Events with a mixture of advice and information about writing and publishing in a friendly, encouraging environment.
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BIO: Nancy (Day) Sakaduski is an award-winning writer and editor and is the owner of Cat & Mouse Press in Lewes, Delaware, which has 22 books in print and several more in production. The company publishes books set in the Delmarva region, runs the Rehoboth Beach Reads Short Story Contest, and produces Writing is a Shore Thing (www.writingisashorething.com), a curated online newspaper for writers. Nancy has a BA in Communications from the University of Maryland and an MBA from Loyola University (Baltimore). She has authored 24 published books, including How to Write Winning Short Stories, and enjoys encouraging beginning and emerging writers through talks, workshops, and written materials.