July 21, 2017

What is a story without whacking a few people? Boring I tell you! You will want to perk up things up a little. Well my wonderful friends, no better way to accomplish this endeavor than to shed a little blood. Oh, yes. Nothing soothes those frazzled nerves than the deat...

July 4, 2017

I have written about tolerating other people’s poor attitude toward any dream you will have. Or even poor treatment that others will impose on you when you need support. Our goals and dreams are fragile. Even though we strive to balance many things in our lives, we som...

May 10, 2017

OK folks. Welcome to another thrilling addition of Writer’s Wednesday! Today I will go over some basic writing fundamentals. I know some of you probably already have this on lock down, or do you? How many of these did you know? If you are like me, then you need to bust...

April 19, 2017

Oh, my dear gentle, gentle reader. I am sitting here listening to Guardians of the Galaxy soundtrack on my head phones (have to stop writing for a little chair dancing), wondering what I will discuss this week. Ah, I will talk about goal setting. Goal setting is as muc...

March 29, 2017

Outlining your novel may seem like a daunting task at first, but it will save you a ton of headaches in the long run.  While there are a large number of authors who insist, outlining is unnecessary, and it stagnates the creative flow of the story.  Well, that is a bunc...

March 23, 2017

Dialogue is the heartbeat of a novel.  It defines the flow and energy of your story.  Narrative will guide the reader through events, but it will be the dialogue that brings these things to life for the reader.  A conversation must have energy of action and drive the s...

February 21, 2017

Having doubt is a very normal part of writing.  The feeling is at home as the period, or the comma in a sentence.  I say you should embrace this doubt.  You are reading over your story and it doesn’t seem to ‘Pop’ out to you, or the dialogue may seem a bit flat.  That...

February 10, 2017

     This week’s little tidbit is about character development.  Ah yes, the literary chauffeurs of our stories.  This is perhaps one the hardest parts of writing, the background stuff that people will never actually see, but realize the effect of.  When developing a ch...

February 3, 2017

What a lot of people might not realize is that writing is a pretty grueling process.  It is my hope to help ease this process by humbly offering some guidance.  The good news is there is no age, gender, race, or religious restrictions.  Just write, and keep writing.  W...

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