Yes, it happened again. I went away at the sometime in September. I didn’t make my self-imposed deadline for Torque, but I have a good reason: October was a busy month for me and the things I had planned to post for that month fell to the wayside. The reason why is because I decided … More New Year, so what’s next?
A little bit of dialogue, a scene starter and one word: … More Writing Prompt No. 4
In my head, I’ve kept up with my word count and I’m breezing along to finishing my novel by Dec. 15, 2017. In reality…. … More Progress Update – TORQUE
Some dialogue starters: “There are consequences to your actions, you know this – it puts us all….” “This can’t be any different than when we….” “You watched me lie there, I would think that….” “But I am young, so what…” Check out the last writing prompts here!
Along the way in our writing journey, we fall into a slump. (The dreaded writer’s block.) We lose that thing that keeps us going. Whatever that thing was, it was sparked by something, right? … More Rediscovering the ‘why’ in writing
In a rush, your character bumps into someone while not paying attention. Both knock a plethora of items onto the ground, jumbled and mixed together. They gather their things and continue on their way…. by the time your character gets home they notice that there’s something that’s not theirs. Your character needs to change appearances … More Writing prompt No. 2
Maybe it’s good to start small. But for some of us, we decided that we would start with a large manuscript.
Once you finally realize what you’ve done, you’ve already told so many people that you’re working on a novel. You probably feel kind stuck right now… … More Managing a looming manuscript
Welcome to the first Write Reads book discussion! I will break the discussion down by talking about my thoughts after finishing, chapters with the most notes, most beneficial chapter(s) and other flagged notes that I thought was worth mentioning. … More Write Reads 1: Writing New Adult Fiction
We all know there can always be too much of something. Well, what about writing books? Maybe. I guess it really depends on what you’re looking for in the book and what you hope to get out of it. As writers, we can spend a couple of hours in the bookstore browsing. And when we’re … More Discussing writing books | Write Reads
Writing Prompt No. 1 | Some ways to explore your character … More Writing Prompt No. 1