Let me start off by saying that I am not against traditional publishing, and I am not here to pit trad publishing against indie publishing.Continue reading “What Traditionally Published Christian Fiction Can Learn From Indie Christian Fiction (In Regards To Romance)”
Well, Camp NaNoWriMo has ended for the month of April…and my final count?Continue reading “Camp NaNoWriMo April 2020: Update #4 // Final Results + Snippet of SBHAO(OM!) + Writing Goals”
This is what happens when I’m bored and my writing motivation has gone out the window because I made the horrible decision to NOT disband my internet for good today.Continue reading “And The Next Post Is…”
How do you end a series? Do you let the ending arise from the natural progression of the plot and let it pay off what the previous installments built?Continue reading “Why You Shouldn’t Resort To Fan Service”
I know I don’t usually post two Mondays in a row, but I thought it would be fun to share something, well, fun I thought of doing for the blog!Continue reading “Secret Snippet Scavenger Hunt”
Once upon a time, I enjoyed reading traditionally published fiction. Once upon a time, I would check out any book that caught my eye – as long as it was written by a Christian author, of course.Continue reading “2 Reasons I Don’t Read Traditionally Published Fiction Anymore (For The Most Part)”
I know I haven’t been posting much, and the truth is, I’ve been mainly focused on life. Work and other things and such.Continue reading “Just A Few Updates…”
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…this week, I started posting daily writing prompts.
I’m starting to think I should move them to being weekly writing prompts instead.
For now, I’ll leave it at just the six so far, and tomorrow, I guess I’ll make a decision.
Your MC’s worst memory.
(Again, will add pic tomorrow!)