About Wyn Snow

Wyn SnowFiction Editor & Coach Wyn Snow helps fellow writers shape their story into a gripping, page-turner novel. She specializes in fantasy, science fiction, action-adventure, thrillers, and mysteries.

Wyn Snow’s Personal Statement

I grew up in Greenwich Village in New York City—in a family of people and group of friends who loved writing, several of whom were published authors of fiction novels and short stories. My parents also wrote PR articles and other marketing materials from the mid-sixties through the mid-eighties. So my first exposure to the principles of writing—both fiction and factual—was at home.

I began writing at the tender age of six and never stopped, even while pursuing other careers. I am passionate both about writing fiction and about helping fellow writers improve their craft. I am currently a member of two writer’s groups, having joined one in 1994 and the other in late 2001. These groups have enabled me to improve my craft enormously, and I am grateful for their assistance. During more decades than I like to acknowledge, I have also devoured many books about writing and articles in Writers’ Digest magazine.

My favorite authors include Marion Zimmer Bradley and Andre Norton, whose books I read avidly when I was younger.

Both Fiction and Nonfiction

I write both fiction (see Wynter Snow’s short stories) and nonfiction. My publications include the nonfiction book TeX for the Beginner (Addison-Wesley, 1992) which got rave reviews for its clarity and usefulness, and dozens of articles on SupplementQuality.com. I am currently working on my first novel, Escape from Darkness. From 1984 through 1995, I edited numerous published articles for two MIT professors.

Currently, I offer both fiction critiques and nonfiction editing services.

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