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.
My top 5 tips for continuity edits based on my novel, White Rose Killer. Using a spreadsheet to track edits, characters, locations, and dates keeps the timeline of the novel intact and lets you have a record of what's going on.
How to do a character interview. Links to PDFs for the character interview, profile, physical description and more.
Hello everybody, and welcome to February's first Writing Wednesday. This week we'll be talking about an idea journal. First, what is an idea journal? An idea journal is, to me, where writers keep their ideas, research, and little kernels that will eventually make their way into your writing. It is one place that all ideas… Continue reading Why I Keep an Idea Journal
My Top 5 resources for writers. WD, The Creative Penn, The Self Publishing Podcast and more.
Recently, while on Pinterest I found myself looking at ways to get back into writing and to get back to publishing regular content on this blog. After a whirlwind of a year, where I spent most of the year ill and trying to keep up with basics, I've decided the best way to start writing… Continue reading 30 Day Flash Fiction Challenge
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