Maggie is an author, speaker, marketing strategist, freelance writer, and future professor. She's also a reader, life learner, dog schmuck, hair flower obsessionist, foodie, and dreamer. During her 20-year career, she's drafted literally hundreds of process manuals, press releases, how-tos, business plans, and lifestyle and career articles, as well as two textbooks and several award-winning marketing pieces, ads, and video scripts. She's multi-published in light erotic romance as Maggie Montgomery and is working on her first romantic suspense as Maggie Washington. She'd also like to publish in comedic and middle grades mystery, children's literature, and horror. Maggie is a member of RWA, Georgia Romance Writers, Passionate Ink, and MENSA. In April 2013, she launched a series of short reference guides, Writer's Bites: Topics You Can Sink Your Teeth Into, beginning with Writing & Publishing Terminology and Writing & Publishing Terminology for Romance Writers. She lives in metro-Atlanta’s “Southern Crescent” with her husband and their four-legged kid, a black lab/German shepherd mix named Rowdy. Connect at maggieworth.com or visit her blog at FiveforFiction.com.
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Writer's Bites: Writing & Publishing Terminology for Romance Writers
By Maggie Worth
Published: May 16, 2013.
Fiction – and especially romance fiction – has a complex set of rules and terminology all its own. This special version of Writing & Publishing Terminology includes all 550+ terms in the original, some with additional notes helpful to writers of romance fiction, and also adds more than 60 new, romance-specific terms.
Writer's Bites: Writing & Publishing Terminology
By Maggie Worth
Published: May 15, 2013.
Knowing how to talk about your craft, your industry, and your genre allows you to communicate with your peers, helps you figure out the fun stuff, and gives you credibility with agents and editors. This book defines over 550 terms, listed alphabetically. It includes cross-references to common abbreviations, acronyms, and interchangeable terms as well as examples and "see also" references.
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