Hey, this is one of my bucket list events. My post is live on Fantasy, Futuristic and Paranormal Romance Writers’ of America’s website.
I just finished a post on Dorothea Brande’s sure way for stuck writers to rediscover writing fluency, in which I suggested that people should write in the morning immediately upon… Read more »
Dorotha Brande’s fix for writer’s block
ometimes it’s impossible to get blog post ideas. You know you want to write something. A deadline for posting looms, but the thoughts in your brain might as well be the slime kids make with Elmer’s glue and borax. Well, help is out there
I’m studying Writing Fiction: A Guide to Narrative Craft by Janet Burroway, specifically her chapter on point of view and Tom Jenks’ quote hit me as something true, something I… Read more »
Hey, I’m busy with classes and homework, but I want to share another writing tip. Somebody once said that the key to selling a lie is in the details. The… Read more »
Janet Burroway’s Writing Fiction lists many great tips on writing dialogue. I’m sharing some of them on the Wisconsin Romance Writer’s blog at this link. http://wisrwa.org/writing-dialogue-that-delights-readers/
Currently, I’m attending university in pursuit of M.A. in English, but even before I started the program, I’ve studied writing craft book in hopes of becoming a better writer. And… Read more »
I always get a kick out of crossing the finish line! I’m a Camp Nanowrimo winner, and I’d like to thank family and friends for their tolerance and support.