How can you find more time to write amid all the other stuff that needs doing? Here are 10 tips for making sure writing isn’t pushed to the back burner.
You know that book you’ve been working on? Drag it out and work on it today.
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Now booking time for the first quarter of 2016.
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Before we leave 2016 behind altogether, here is the always popular list of the Top Writing Posts on my site this year. Make sure you didn’t miss anything!
I want to brag a little about this wonderful book that I proofread.
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Some amazing information on Amazon searches and the URLs that we share for our books with our friends and family.
Also, a really terrific video about halfway down about how Amazon decides which of your reviews to remove and why.
Like many authors, sometimes I find myself not feeling creative. Here are four steps we all can take this year to reclaim the wonder in our writing.
I am plotting Act 2, and the terror of the empty page is hitting, take two. So, I’m going back to some previous posts about plotting to see what they will tell me about plot, especially the middle of this novel. In 9 Ways of Looking at Plot, I looked at various ways to plot; in 29 Plot Templates, we looked at specific types of plots. How do these plot paradigms handle act 2? I won’t reprise all of them, just those that have a lot to offer for Act 2. Hero’s Journey: One of my favorite plot paradigm’s is
Ever thought about dictating your book? Joanna Penn discusses just that in this article.
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One of my big goals for 2016 will be to move to dictation for first draft fiction and non-fiction. In this podcast, Monica Leonelle explains why dictation is so
I couldn’t resist sharing this one . . .
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Turns out if you get your story’s narrative voice right from the very start, everything else has a much better chance of falling into place like magic.
Learning about storytelling from the masters at Pixar . . . priceless.
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Found this on Pinterest. Love it!