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)
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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.
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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?
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!
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Every series starts with Book 1…until a prequel gets involved. What do I mean by that?
Continue reading “Who’s First? Prequels & Their Place In A Series”
Do you ever have a moment where you’re doing research for your WIP and you realize you inadvertently placed symbolism into it?
Continue reading “A Discovery About My WIP: Accidental Symbolism”
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.
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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.
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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?
Continue reading “Rewriting A Story”