With a novel in progress, professional editor Susanna Sturgis found that she’d been neglecting her blog, Write Through It. So she embarked on — and completed — the A to Z Challenge: she posted every day, minus Sundays, and focused each post on a topic that started with a letter in the alphabet.
The theme of the month? Writing, of course. Here are highlights from her collection of posts, which is a practical resource for writers of all levels.
Actors in a theater and singers and musicians in a concert hall or coffeehouse can see, hear, and feel their audience. Even when they’re separated by rows of seats and what actors call the “fourth wall,” audience and performers are interacting. . . .
For most writers most of the time, the audience is not physically present while we’re writing, but that doesn’t mean it…
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