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Greetings fellow writers and authors! Today will be a brief post concerning the current status of the site. I’ll also explain how I plan to welcome in the new year. Let’s start off by celebrating the season as it comes to a close. I do hope that you all have
Find Your Insanity, Learn to Teter on That Edge If you want to be a successful writer there are a million things you should know. You have to know about style, voice, character development. A writer has to know how to research and discover and learn new things. You have
I Don’t Like Writing Schedules or Any Schedules I’m not sure about the rest of you, but for me, schedules have never really been my “thing”. Sure, I can follow a schedule, for instance, I had a schedule when I worked a day job: Show up at 8, work all
Creating characters isn’t just about putting a name to some random text speaking entity. As the author, you play God. You breathe life into these paper dolls. More goes into even that though, at least for me. When I first started writing seriously-meaning other than poetry and short stories about
The Rough Draft is a Perfect Draft, for What it is Is your rough draft perfect? Of course it is! Most writers think of the rough draft as the start, but it begins far sooner than that. Every writer is different in how they approach their writing. From their style
Do You Need A Beta Reader? No. You Need a Team of Beta Readers! Games have testers, books have readers. The idea behind them is the same: find a problem before it’s sent out for the masses. Beta-readers are the heart and soul of any good book. Editors have their