For the words!

Welcome to all 4thewords.com participants. Thanks for stopping by!

This post contains a brief summary of our services and resources.

Editing services for novelists:

 

Book a sample edit with the Darling Axe — professional book editors for fiction manuscripts

The Chopping Blog – articles on the craft of writing, as well as our:

Online writing and editing workshops:

Stay tuned for upcoming (2020) classes on novel outlining, worldbuilding, self-editing, developmental editing, and starting a novel with teeth.

Writing contests:

  • The First Page Challenge – a contest for novelists
    • Hook us in a single, double-spaced page
    • Contest open April to September 30
  • An Axe to Grind – flash fiction contest
    • Tell a story in 1000 words 
    • Contest open October to March 30

 

4thewords special code: SPOOKY

 

4thewords in an online writing platform that takes your writing into a game world. Use quests and monster battles to help increase your word count all while leveling up your character. All throughout October, you can unlock hidden items using special code words, found on some of your favorite writing resources (like this one). If you haven’t tried 4thewords before, use my code word to unlock a surprise and a free month of play time!

Your code word: spooky

To redeem your code, go to the dashboard section of your account and select Account Page.

 Thanks for having a look at our services and writerly resources! 

 

Darling Axe - manuscript development and book editing services

 

About the Darling Axe

Our editors are industry professionals and award-winning writers. We offer narrative development, editing, and coaching for every stage of your manuscript's journey to publication.



Work with a professional fiction editor from the Darling Axe: manuscript development and book editing services


Book a sample edit with a professional fiction editor from the Darling Axe: manuscript development and book editing services



Darling Axe Academy – Query Quest: a self-paced querying course

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