Posts Tagged "Google Hangout"


Working Out Your Novel Idea

Working Out Your Novel Idea


Posted By on Jan 13, 2015

On this hangout, myself (Kallie Ross), Gaby Robbins, and Morgan Wylie have some fun fleshing out new novel ideas. With some of the wacky writing exercises I use in the classroom, you’ll see that your own ideas aren’t far from becoming a novel!   If you want to follow along, but hate the idea of missing out on a question, here’s a list of the writing exercises in this hangout… What’s your story idea?...

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Tag Team, Back Again…

Tag Team, Back Again…


Posted By on Nov 19, 2014

If you are new to the world inside my head, then you may not know about my cheeseball sister Kassie. She and I did a podcast way back when, and now she and I have decided to bring back the fun with a weekly chat. The best part is, she’s letting me record each week and post the crazy! Kassie and I are taking a crack at Google Hangouts, for some fun catching up with each other, and catching up with pop culture. Watch for a laugh...

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What’s in a (character) name?

What’s in a (character) name?


Posted By on Sep 2, 2014

This week Morgan Wylie, Gaby Robbins, and I talk about the importance of character names. Do they need to have meaning? Or, can they just be trendy? We discuss otherworldly names, and argue over what our favorite existing character names are. If you’re struggling with naming your characters, places, or creatures then this is the hangout for...

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Puzzling It All Together!

Puzzling It All Together!


Posted By on Aug 25, 2014

This week Morgan Wylie, Gaby Robbins, and I talk about piecing plots and subplots together to form the best novel possible. It’s a puzzle, and there’s not a picture on the box for reference!  

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This week Gaby Robbins, Morgan Wylie, and I are talking about the importance of subplots within the main plot of our novels. If you’re curious about what we think, and/or how we plan to approach subplots in our novels watch our hangout below.   Take a look at some of the tools we used to learn more about and help us with our subplots… Example from Harry Potter Series: Articles that will be helpful: 7 Ways to Add...

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