Last year was a year of drafting, revision, querying, and networking.
This year? The goal is publication! Yet again, I need to refocus on what will get me there.
Writers are dreamers — whether we’re talking about their stories or their careers.
How big of a career dream do you have? How big of a writer dream do you expect to achieve?
Writing Anthology: A discussion on tips, steps, and guidelines to follow when writing for an anthology.
Pacing, plotting, and more!
We hear TONS of writing advice, but the only true writing advice is “do what works for you.” But, that doesn’t mean some of that advice doesn’t have its place — if you use it the right way.
In part 1 of this to-be-randomly-appearing series, I talk about the top 3 writing advice bits I hear:
- – Write what you know
- – Write every day
- – Show, don’t tell.
They all have their place… if you don’t take them to the extremes.
When you’re writing a story, there’s a few things you need to think about before you pick your point of view, and point of view characters.