Katie's Notebook

A blog about writing, editing, and the bits of life that happen in between

About Katie McCoach

KATIE MCCOACH is a freelance developmental book editor at KM Editorial working with authors of all levels to help them create their best story possible. Be sure to follow her on Twitter @KatieMcCoach.

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How Do You Write? Paper vs. Computer

How Do You Write? Paper vs. Computer I’m always looking for ways to improve my writing. Certain tools and habits help me get into the writing groove, while others can be distracting. One choice that can affect our writing is whether to use paper or a computer. Like an artist knowing which brush to use […]

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Editing specials exclusive to the #RevPit community

Editing specials exclusive to the #RevPit community If you follow me on Twitter, you’ve likely seen a few (okay, maybe a ton) of tweets about a thing called #RevPit. This is a fantastic contest for authors looking to get their manuscript agent-ready. The winners receive a free month of developmental editing! This is a contest created […]

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4 Simple, Realistic Ways You Can Make Time to Write

Guest post by Erin Tolbert Whether you write romance, self-help, historical fiction or anything in between, all authors have something in common: You must make time to write. Let’s be honest, how often do you say to yourself, “If I could just find time to write…”? But here’s the thing, it’s not easy to “find […]

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NaNoWriMo is Done. Now What?

Guest post by Nikki Busch National Novel Writing Month, known as NaNoWriMo, is over. Whether you completed all 50,000 words or made it halfway, be proud! Now that the challenge is done, there’s hard work ahead. Take Your Time The month of November likely flew by, but the time you take to revise your draft […]

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Why Authors Need to Be as Accessible as Possible

@KatieMcCoach As an author today, you know that every reader is valuable. You love your readers; you want to keep the ones who are loyal and reach new ones. That’s what promotion and growing a business is all about – reaching new consumers. That’s why it’s so important for authors to be as accessible to […]

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How to Prep for a Writer’s Conference

How to Prep for a Writer’s Conference @KatieMcCoach Attending a writer’s conference is a whirlwind of activity; meeting wonderful people, learning new things, and growing your career. It’s amazing. It’s exhausting. When I went to RWA in 2014 it was hands-down the best writer event I had ever been to. I’ve since been to a […]

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