Not Nearly Everything You Need to Know About Writing

The first in a series of short collections on grammar, style, story structure, publishing trends, getting your words in print, book marketing, and more, Not Nearly Everything You Need to Know About Writing (Vol. 1) serves up valuable insights to help you write more clearly and professionally, find a literary agent, and get your work published. More
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About Karen DeGroot Carter

Karen DeGroot Carter has over 30 years of experience as a professional writer and editor. A graduate of the Syracuse University S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, she is a novelist who has edited numerous works of nonfiction, fiction, and poetry and written articles published online and in print in websites and publications ranging from LiteraryMama, BlogCritics, and The Compulsive Reader to Publishers Weekly and the Syracuse (NY) Post-Standard. She is active on, where her work has been published in publications such as The Startup, The Writing Cooperative, and Storius Magazine, and she has worked in the marketing departments of multiple corporations. Her first novel, One Sister’s Song, has been in print for nearly 20 years, and she is the author of Not Nearly Everything You Need to Know About Writing: Tips, Tricks, and Insights for Writers of All Types (Vol. 1).

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