I came across an old flash fiction last night, while going through old post drafts. Specifically, it’s set way back when I still had the old plot for Arrows, but after I’d meshed some characters together.Continue reading “When Characters Need A Personality Switch”
Stuck on a WIP? We all know that feeling. The wailing about writer’s block, the staring at a white screen and a blinking cursor, the various snippets of the story that we just can’t seem to string together…Continue reading “Stuck on a WIP?”
It’s time for another writing update! I’ll also be talking about how changing just one aspect of a character can open a story up and cause it to move forward after being stuck on it for a while.Continue reading “Writing Update + Changing One Aspect”
So, this post is going to be a bit random, but that’s okay! Life is full of randomness!
Anyway!Continue reading “When Novellas Become Novels”
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”
Last Thursday morning, I was thinking about how there’s three major storylines connecting the Matthews Family stories together.Continue reading “The Spine of The Story: Part 1”
Let’s get talking about timelines, folks!Continue reading “Timeline Changes”
Every story starts out as an idea and they can be inspired by just about anything. Historical events, something you overheard, a writing prompt you saw on Pinterest, etc.