Posts Tagged "#LoveWriteCreate"


FREE

FREE


Posted By on Apr 14, 2015

WHAT!?! FREE?!?! Everyone jump on that! Who cares what it is, who it benefits or embarrasses? What does it matter if it’s crap? Where do I have to go to get it? Why can’t I have two? When can I get it and shove it on top of the pile of free things stuffed in my closet? It’s FREE! I hate to break it to you, but I’m not offering any free tangible objects today. If you place any value on impactful advice, this is...

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Writing to Revising

Writing to Revising


Posted By on Apr 7, 2015

So, you finished writing a rough draft of the story brewing in your brain for the last three, six, twelve months. What’s next? I’d love to tell you that you’re all done, but alas, there’s more to writing a book than an initial manuscript filled with misspelled words, mix-matched character names, and flat settings. Next, comes revisions. I’m currently revising my second novel, Defend, and it’s gone...

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Sick of It!

Sick of It!


Posted By on Apr 1, 2015

If you’ve missed my witty, random posts, tweets, and status updates don’t fret. I’m sick of being sick and back to scratching out and reworking my words. (Better known as revising.) To help spark some creativity, I thought it would be fun to write a post about what I’ve learned while being sick this week. Three-fourths of my household was sniffling, wheezing, and hacking for four days, and I wish I could say I...

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Creating Your Setting…

Creating Your Setting…


Posted By on Mar 18, 2015

Anyone intimidated by the idea of creating a world for your reader to escape to? *both hands raised* Writing a book may feel miles away, especially if you’re working out the details. Characters, plot, subplots, outlines… SETTING! Even the college campus that your contemporary romance is set in can get tricky if you don’t create a place that contributes to your story in some way. Some of you might think that worrying...

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Your characters are probably an inspiration to you, as well as to your readers. So, creating creatures of habit and cool nerdy kids with moral and/or ethical qualities is crucial if you want those individuals connecting to your characters. I want to be clear… Even the worst of your villains needs to relate to his or her audience. Over the next few days let’s discover different characteristics to consider, take the TARDIS...

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