Have you ever wanted to sit down and write, but your focus was shot and you just kept dithering instead?
One shortcut many writers have found that works for them is the use of writing rituals. Nearly all of us have them, but sometimes what we’ve been doing stops working or we think we’ve moved past them, and need to revisit them.
In the dream world, we’d sit in front of notebooks and words would flow to the pages, never needing edits or revisions, and nothing would ever interrupt us.
Unfortunately, this is the real world. Here are tips on managing to get your writing in, and ways to support your writing.
I usually don’t write up workshops. They’re run by one single person, and the content is theirs. But, I *have* to gush about the titular workshop with Ian Kirkpatrick at Imaginarium2021.
It described MY process.
While many character creation discussions revolve around the external bits — names, physical attributes, social settings, here are 8 techniques for getting to know who your character is as a person.
Writing Anthology: A discussion on tips, steps, and guidelines to follow when writing for an anthology.
Pacing, plotting, and more!