To bloviate, or not to bloviate.
Something wasn’t working with my manuscript. Join me on my writer’s journey as I consult a book doctor to find out what was wrong.
Humour is very personal. How on earth can you add amusement to your story and tickle as many funny bones as possible?
At this point in my writer’s journey it was time to learn about plotting methods. It was time to go back to school. Join me as I look at the Three Act Structure, the Transformational Arc, and the method that gives this series it’s name, the Hero’s Journey.
“Failing” at Nanowrimo is entirely acceptable, 50K is a huge challenge. So what can you do to keep encouraging yourself to write through November?
This Halloween, we’d like to introduce you to the true horrors of Nanowrimo! Grab your pitchfork and pumpkin, it’s gonna get ghoulish!
To pants or to plot, that is the question. Or, how to let your story bull knock down enough walls to stay fresh without bringing the ceiling down.
No plot, no problem. Is that true though? Seems like it could be a problem…
This year will be my eighth NaNoWriMo. What advice would I give that freshfaced NaNo-noob of 2010?
Armed with new knowledge I made a fresh start on a new novel. And I started at the end: with a good hook.