We hear the phrase a lot. What’s your why? Why are you choosing to do what you do? Specifically, why… Read more What’s Your Why, And How Does It Affect Your Writing
There’s always a lot of discussion about characters in writing, as should be. I mean, without the characters, your story… Read more Fixing Boring Fictional Characters By Looking Into Their Real Lives
Just The Facts Ma’am It’s a learning process, that’s for sure. I was trained to see and report the… Read more Writing Fiction With A Nonfiction Brain
So I finally worked up the nerve to have the first 3000 words of my WIP read out loud and… Read more He Said, She Said: Dialogue Tags Are Killers
There’s always talk about writing methods, and how to stay organized while telling your story. But I’ll tell you… Read more Crayons, Pens, Butcher Paper or Tablets, A Writer Is A Writer, No Matter The Method
Sure, we all have the same amount of hours in the day. That’s been the retort when complaining about… Read more Finding The Time To Write Usually Means Making The Time To Write
The name game. Do you have a process for choosing your character’s names? Are there reasons behind the choices? Family?… Read more Wait, What’s Your Name Again?
You’ve heard it many times. We all have. Don’t look back. Never look back, they may be gaining on you.… Read more Want To Move Forward? Just Look Back