The Wicked Ask

The Wickeds are going to start two new blog series, and we’d love to hear what you think.

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Did you know that our own Sherry Harris is an editor? Other readers of this blog are as well. Editing is a different skill set than writing, so we are going to start asking editors for their thoughts on plotting, structure, character development. . .and what else? What would you like to ask an editor?

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We’ve had a few conversations about research on the blog. So we’ve decided to start a series called “We Ask the Expert”. One of the great things about doing research is that you meet very interesting people who have expertise in specific areas. We want you to meet some of them.

Also, what would you like to hear more about? Anything you’ve always wanted to knowhat-if1-1024x1024w, but weren’t sure how to ask? Can the Wickeds help?

So, dear readers, any questions for our editors? Thoughts on experts? Share all in the comments.

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About J.A. Hennrikus/Julianne Holmes

J.A. (Julie) Hennrikus writes the Clock Shop Mystery Series under the name Julianne Holmes. JUST KILLING TIME, the first in the series, was published in Oct 2015 and was nominated for a BEST FIRST NOVEL Agatha award. CLOCK AND DAGGER was released in August 2016. CHIME AND PUNISHMENT will be released in August 2017. Julie's Theater Cop series will debut in the fall of 2017. A CHRISTMAS PERIL is the first in this series about an ex-cop who runs a theater company. wears two hats. Her short stories have been published by Level Best Books: “Tag, You’re Dead” in THIN ICE, “Her Wish” in DEAD CALM, and “The Pendulum Swings, Until It Doesn’t” in BLOOD MOON. Julie is an arts administrator and arts advocate. She tweets her writing life as @JHAuthors, and her other life as @JulieHennrikus. She is an avid theater goer and a member of Red Sox nation. Her website is jahennrikus.com, and she blogs with WickedCozyAuthors.com and KillerCharacters.com.

3 thoughts on “The Wicked Ask

  1. I think the problem for me in formulating a good question for an editor is that I don’t understand much about it at all. My questions seem huge. I know so little…

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