The Writing Program I Love!

The Writing Program I Love!

by Nancy Jackson December 01, 2021

...As you can see in my example above of a screenshot of my book The Water. I had maps and definitions, etc. to refer to as needed. Notice on the left hand side is my list of chapters and the sections in each chapter. I can go from one to the other simply by clicking on it.

There is so much more that I have not even used. It has so many more features that I would love to explore and plan to soon. It is truly a Ferrari in a Pinto world...

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Creating a Publishing Company

Creating a Publishing Company

by Nancy Jackson November 24, 2021

...At some point while writing the second book, I realized that if I was going to continue to self-publish I needed to create my own publishing company. So, I did...

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My Writing Origins - pt 2

My Writing Origins - pt 2

by Nancy Jackson November 17, 2021

...Now, writing that first novel is not my favorite writing experience. I had an agenda and I get trying to force the story to fit the agenda. It was a mess. It was stiff and disjointed.

Once done, I knew I did not like the first half. So of course I set out praying about it. God’s words from year ago came back to me, “Just tell the story.”

At that point I asked for divine guidance to help me edit the mess I had created in the first half of the book...

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My Writing Origins - pt 1

My Writing Origins - pt 1

by Nancy Jackson November 08, 2021

... When I was thirteen years old in the seventh grade I had a literature class. One day our teacher held up a picture of a lady looking forlornly off into the distance. 

Our instructions were to write a story from that picture. She gave us guidelines for length, and scope, etc. It was to be a short story, not just a page or two. 

Immediately when I looked at that picture I knew it was the end of my story. I began to write feverishly. I had the story and I worked to just get it out of my head and onto the paper... 

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