Ah, childhood. The wonderful, peaceful, completely unstressful part of everyone’s life, right? Because, can you remember even one time in your early childhood that you … Continue reading Why Child Leads are So Misunderstood
To me, characters are essential to a great story. They make the story what it is. They drive the plot and create conflict. They need … Continue reading Creating Characters: Archetypes and Cliches
Nothing is better than excitedly showing your Christian “homies” (don’t judge) your fresh new first draft of your finally finished epic fantasy. Although that excitement … Continue reading Christian Fantasy = Mutiny??
Hey, everyone! I’ve recently started a blog, The Teenage Lexicon, for my writing. Because I love writing dialogue and have acquired lots of ideas and methods … Continue reading The Dialogue Diaries: Eavesdropping is Okay
I don’t know about anyone else, but I love astrology. I can research and study it for hours and I know my birth chart inside … Continue reading Exams.
On my personal blog, The Left-Handed Typist, I have shared some of my favorite books so that others can enjoy them the way I have. … Continue reading Books That … I Will Love Forever
That’s a good question. I wish someone actually knew the answer because I sure don’t. I’ve been revisingÂ Book OneÂ since the dawn of time. While that … Continue reading How Does One Revise a Novel?
Read. Write. Repeat It’s no secret that as a book blogger our lives are consumed by books. Researching books, buying books, reading books, reviewing books, … Continue reading Confessions of a book blogger
Writers spend a lot of time with just the company of their computer. It’s pretty necessary for what we want to achieve, and that’s to … Continue reading Research Isn’t Just About Google
Idea block is an inhumane block known to the superior mortals (also referred to as writers) as a deadly disease that doesn’t get enough attention … Continue reading The Harsh Reality of Idea Block