For NaNoWriMo, here are some things I’m leaving in as I write: Before November, I’ve already written a one or
“Small disagreements add up to show characters’ differences (of opinion, desire, mood).” –Writing tense dialogue: 5 ways to add arresting
Here are some articles on writing I’ve read lately: The Art of “Skipping Around,” or Writing Out of Sequence Bullet
NOTE: I dusted off some notes I took for a webinar, How to Revise Your NaNo Novel, from January 2016.
When I write, I motivate myself by reviewing some of my Fiction Writing Tools. For some reason they get me
When it came to my novel, I honestly didn’t think I’d have to do that. But, here I am, the stage of my novel where I am going over each scene, and I am “killing my darlings.” I want to keep most of the scenes, but I have a criteria I go over that may tell me otherwise.
He extends his sword and then utters these words: “My name is Inigo Montoya, you killed my father, prepare to
Every year I try and read a couple of books on the writing craft. I know that’s not everyone’s cup
Here is my review of Hank Quense’s Planning a Novel, Script or Memoir as it appears in Goodreads and Amazon: I’ve
In one of my favorite books on graphic design, The Non-Designer’s Design Book, Robin Williams presents the concept of being