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It’s—a podcast episode! With Jennie Nash, so you already know you’re going to love it and I don’t need to say any more. Sarina and I had a great time talking nitty gritty book coaching details with Jennie from a different perspective—what if you want...

  “When you print out your manuscript and read it, marking up with a pen, it sometimes feels like a criminal returning to the scene of a crime.” - Don Roff For many of us revisions are painful, but we've put together a simple list of ways...

  “Every writer,” book coach Jennie Nash tells us, “ thinks at some point that they just cannot do this. That’s just part of the process.” It’s not our favorite part—but it’s true, and getting past that stage and on with the job of finishing a...

Jennie Nash returns to tackle strategies for revising novels and memoirs!     Revision can be a tortuous process, but it can also be where some of the fun happens! Jennie mentioned Susan Bell's The Artful Edit: On the Practice of Editing Yourself. #AmReading KJ: Bowling Avenue, Ann Shayne Jess: In Pain: A...

…in which Jess and KJ are joined by book coach, and fan favorite, Jennie Nash to answer the question: What do you do when you wake up with 50,000 words of something? A guide for post-NaNoWriMo. ...

Can you name the three most common pitfalls made by new novelists—and memoirists? Jennie Nash can, and she shares her ideas for how to fix them. This is learnable, she says. It's a skill you can and must build to write something that captures the...