There are four turning points in a story: the First Plot Point, the Midpoint, the Third Plot Point, and the Resolution.Continue reading “Turning Points”
So, I’ve come to realize I haven’t done a Character Questionnaire in a while…as in, I haven’t done one since June.Continue reading “Character Questionnaire 9”
Hello, everyone! Today, I’m joining Christine Smith and many others for her three-month long Know The Novel link-up for NaNoWriMo!
(BUT you can still do it even if you’re not doing NaNo!)Continue reading “Know The Novel: Introducing Into My Life”
Hartford, Connecticut, 1988 – Trembling, five-year-old Connor raced out of the darkened bathroom, leaving the faucet running. Desperate for any source of light, he ran without bothering to carefully spread his arms out in front of him to make sure he wouldn’t bump into a wall.Continue reading “Lights Out”
Every story needs a playlist, right? The playlist for Into My Life isn’t completely done yet, but I thought I’d just share the work-in-progress list anyway.
Also, some of the songs I picked for Connor and Kelly fit them both individually, so I just put the songs together under their ship name, even though they’re not in a relationship in this book. (No wonder they’re perfect for each other, lol)Continue reading “Into My Life Playlist”
I know, I know, November is still a whole month away.Continue reading “Character Intros For NaNoWriMo”
Hello all! Today, I’m going to list my top three pet peeves in books and give a short explanation as to why they’re a pet peeve.Continue reading “My Top 3 Pet Peeves In Books”
So, the daily writing prompts went kaput. I figured it’d be easier and less stressful to do it weekly, so here ya all go!
Your character(s) find a secret passage. Where does it lead to and what do they find?
(Character descriptions here)
Hartford, Connecticut, 1987 — Margaret kept herself to the picnic table furthest from everyone else. Despite the other parents at the park having no knowledge of her history, she wasn’t willing to spill everything to total strangers.Continue reading “Daisies & Questions”