Over at Write4Kids, I talk about logical construction and why it can’t be ignored when writing for children. A sneak peek:
“Logical construction touches on almost every aspect involved in crafting good fiction. Many times, when a reader is pulled out of a manuscript, it’s because an action, thought or piece of dialogue they’ve just read doesn’t make sense within the context of the work. This is known as a logic problem, and can be easily fixed.”
Head on over to Write4Kids to see some common logic problems and fixes.
Also, Pub Speak had its first review posted at Trees and Ink!
Follow the rest of the blog tour for Pub Speak: A Writer’s Dictionary of Publishing Terms here:
1.) MJ Rose’s Backstory about the genesis of the book.
2.) What Could An Agent Do For A Self-Published Author? over at Selling Books.
3.) All About Queries and Publishing Terms! at Michelle Davidson Argyle’s writing blog The Innocent Flower.
4.) Pub Speak Definition Contest over at Sarah LaPolla’s Glass Cases.
5.) Writer’s Conference or Workshop? at Carolyn Snow Abiad’s Serendipity.
6.) Don’t Ignore Logic When Writing Fiction for Children at Write4Kids.com.