Tag Archives | Julie Eshbaugh

Crafting a Strong Beginning

Hey there PubCrawlers! Today I’m sharing a craft post about writing a strong beginning. As with any and all craft-oriented posts shared here by me or any of the other PubCrawl writers, keep in mind that this advice is meant to be general and certainly will not apply to all stories. First, an apology. I’m sharing with you a three-point list I use to help me craft my story beginnings, but I no longer remember […]

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Contributing to an Anthology

Hi all, Julie here! I’m thrilled to be joined today by authors Mindy McGinnis, Stephanie Scott, and Shannon Parker. Today is a big day for all four of us, as well as PubCrawl contributor Eric Smith. Welcome Home, an Anthology on Love and Adoption, is out in the world! Eric conceived of this anthology and edited it, and the rest of us (including Eric himself,) have stories inside. Shannon is here to share what this […]

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Building Writerly Friendships

Hi all! Today I want to talk a little bit about friendships between writers. As I was searching for a topic for this post over the past few days, I also was looking forward to having lunch with Meghan Rogers, an author I met last year. Meghan and I both debuted in 2016 and published sequel novels this year (if you’re unfamiliar with Meghan’s amazing Raven Files books, you can read about them on her […]

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June 2017 Releases

Welcome back to Upcoming Titles, our monthly feature where we highlight books releasing this month. As always, this is by no means a comprehensive list of forthcoming releases, just a compilation of titles we think our readers (and our contributors!) would enjoy. Without further ado: June 1 The Hundredth Queen by Emily R. King June 6 Exit Strategy by Lauren Allbright What I Lost by Alexandra Ballard Follow Me Back by A.V. Geiger One Shadow […]

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Tracking Your Progress While Outlining and Revising

Hi all! Julie here. Recently I blogged about How to Finish Your Book, focusing on tips on how to get to The End when writing a first draft. In the comments, I was asked a great question about tracking progress during the outlining and revising stages of the writing process. The reason I think this is such a great question is because tracking outlining and revising is definitely trickier than tracking drafting. When getting a […]

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