Hello all, sorry there was no second post last week. I had a few real life things come up in the form of an unexpected script and a large essay due. Now, we were talking about how to edit for continuity in your novels or short stories.
The top five reasons to do a character interview. Plus how to do one, the books I recommend on characters and more.
My Top 5 resources for writers. WD, The Creative Penn, The Self Publishing Podcast and more.
So, for this week's Monday Musings I am talking about my top 5 books for novel writers. Not that they won't help other writers as well, but these books are especially helpful to those who are writing novels. I have not been compensated in any way for the listing of these book and resources, they… Continue reading The Top 5 Books for Novel Writers
Should I write more than one project at a time? This question is one that is often posed to writers and the subject of a lot of debate in the writing world. Personally, I suggest working on more than one project at once. There are three reasons for this: Sometimes you just can’t write… Continue reading The Mistake You’re Making: How to Work On More than One Project at A Time
Hello everyone, Sorry it's been so long since I last posted. I was dealing with a major migraine. And that's what I want to talk about today. How to keep up a writing and posting schedule when you have a chronic illness such as migraines or fibro. Personally, I deal with migraines and pain from… Continue reading Writing With Migraines and Other Chronic Illnesses
One of the biggest things that has troubled me as a writer is the creation of time to write. Where does writing fit in between college classes, a part-time job, chores and spending time with friends? If you're like me and you have a hundred things going on at once, it's hard to find… Continue reading Monday Musings- How To Create A Writing Schedule