I’ve already talked about how I started writing in this post. Today, I’m going to share with you those stories that started it all.Continue reading “Childhood Writings”
I thought it would be fun to share some of my favorite lines and quotes from my WIPs, so on the first Monday of either every post-NaNo month or post-every-month I write a full-length story, I’ll be sharing up to fifteen of my favorite lines and quotes from the featured WIP.Continue reading “Announcing: Fifteen Favorite Lines & Quotes”
It’s true that editing is basically rewriting. But what happens when we’ve spent so much time editing a story that it’s starting to lose its’ luster?
Writers are thinkers. If you spot one staring off into space, there’s a strong chance they’re thinking about their stories.
It’s not much, but so far, I’ve reached 5,057 words on my WIP Preserving The Past!
Ah, the life of a writer. One minute, you’re cruising along with a story and the next–you have ten new ideas.
Ways to use symbolism in your story can include:
Deciding which of your billions of story ideas to work on is a little like eeny-meeny-miney-mo.
Writing a novel is hard, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have fun. Continue reading “Storyboards”
I don’t remember writing it, but the earliest story I’ve found among my scribblings over the years is a copy of two ‘newspaper articles’ I wrote when I was nine-and-a-half.Continue reading “How I Started Writing”