Could NaNo help the world’s worst procrastinator? Or did it flop worse than a drunk and boneless chicken?
Three tips I’ve learned from great authors. Share and enjoy!
An exercise in which I’ve deconstructed the character creation of a great writer to learn how she does it.
Eighty nine exciting character traits enable you to create more realistic fictional people than ever before.
Which is not to say I’ll be managing to post a writing tip every day, but here goes. Ask yourself two questions as you’re writing a scene, or outlining your novel: “What’s the worst that could happen here? And what’s the best that could happen?” I considered this in relation to the novel I’m outlining… Continue reading Writing Tip o’ the Day
I haven’t posted any more stories for a short while because I’ve been trying to outline material for a full length novel. Well, an 80-90,000 novel. That’s what I’ve learned is the standard, acceptable length for the average adult fiction. Dividing it into Three Acts, and subdividing those into chapters. It was like trying to… Continue reading Jelly and Outlining a Novel