Jen’s Edits & Critiques. @JensPenDen

Have you ever wanted writing help from someone whose book has been optioned to a movie studio?

Or maybe you want someone with years of experience as a Lead Copywriter for a media company in a major US city?

What if you could combine those two into one?

Let me introduce you to the services of;

Jen’s Edits & Critiques

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Jenna Willett

Author Jenna Willett

You’ve seen articles by Jenna Willett here on LWI before. She often has great advice, finds fabulous articles she shares on her blog Jen’s Pen Den, and I share those here whenever I remember to do so, much to the benefit of our readers and friends who visit us.

Jenna is very active in the writing community, participating in the annual NYC Midnight Challenges, where she does quite well and performs so many critiques she forgets there is a world of reality that exists. Believe me, I’ve done beta reading for her during the challenge and it’s a nightmare of an ordeal. And she keeps going back every year for more punishment.

For testimonials and pricing click HERE to head over to her business site.

I’ll say this in closing; if I were in the position to hire a professional to be my editor it would very likely be Jenna Willett. I’ve read her work, I know the dedication she has for the craft. I also know the agony she suffers through over her own work to get it just right. I know she would go even further for those engaging her services. She’s tough and will tell you like it is.

Ronovan Hester is an author, with the debut novel Amber Wake: Gabriel Falling due out in December. He shares his life as a father, amnesiac and Chronic Pain sufferer through his blog with the hope if inspiring others to chase their dreams and catch them. His love of poetry, authors and community through his online world has lead to a growing Weekly Haiku Challenge and the creation of a site dedicated to book reviews, interviews and author resources known as

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Jen’s Top 10 NaNoWriMo Tips @JensPenDen

Here are Tips from a fellow brave soul, Author Jenna Willett-2015 NaNoWriMo participant.

Author Jenna Willett

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Up until a few days ago, I hadn’t planned on participating in NaNoWriMo this year. I had planned on spending the month revising the latest draft of my current WIP. Unfortunately, my current WIP came to a grinding halt last week when I realized I’d made a fatal error:

I’d chosen the wrong narrator.

So, guess what? I have to rip up the majority of my first draft and start over.

*cue tears*

Okay, okay. Things aren’t that bad. Thanks to my methods of madness, I’ve already written a significant chunk of my new narrator’s backstory. Still, it’s going to be a lot of work. I need something–anything–to motivate me and push me to finish this new draft as quickly as possible.

After some hemming and hawing, I realized there’s no better motivator than NaNo. So, I’m signing up!

To prepare myself, and to help the rest of you who’ve accepted the daunting task of writing 50K words in one…

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My Guest Post on @JensPenDen It’s all about being #Free

Author Jenna Willett did an amazing Guest Post for us about what She Learned from Chuck Sambuchino. It was only fair I did a Gust Post on JensPenDen.

Five Free Author Gifts For Christmas

five free downloads

That’s right. I searched and found FIVE downloads you can get for Free as of the writing of the article, yesterday, on JensPenDen, ranging from how to write a query letter to marketing your book. Go check out my Guest Post and download away by clicking here. They are FREE after all.

Much Respect


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My First Writing Conference – Top 10 Things I Learned

Author Jenna Willet attended the Colorado Writing Workshop we mentioned here on Lit World Interviews. The presenter and instructor was Chuck Sambuchino that I’ve mentioned here numerous times. Jenna amazingly took the time to give the Top 10 Things She Learned at the conference. A MUST READ.

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On November 15th, I attended the Colorado Writing Workshop in Denver with presenter and instructor Chuck Sambuchino. To say I learned a lot would be an understatement. In fact, I learned so much, there’s no possible way for me to tell you everything. So, I’m going to do a Top 10 list!


 Before I get started, here’s a list of the sessions I attended during the conference. I’ll admit, I got more out of some than others, but each one taught me something, and that’s what I’d hoped for.

  • “Your Publishing Options Today.”
  • “Everything You Need to Know About Agents, Queries & Pitching.”
  • “Writers’ Got Talent: A Chapter One Critique-Fest.”
  • “How to Market Yourself and Your Books: Author Platform & Social Media Explained.”
  • “How to Get Published: 10 Professional Writing Practices That You Need to Know NOW to Find Success as a Writer.”

So, without further ado, here we go!

1: Be…

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