Character and Chapter Conceptualization Tutorial

How many people know someone who wrote a novel, but gave up before they became published? Have they just left their manuscript unfinished? Did they send it to an editor and not agree with the changes that needed to be done? Were they upset when they were told it needs too much work and to redraft ...

Evolving from 1st Draft to Beyond

I'm going to talk about the importance of reviewing your drafts in any publication. This started when I got my new software after many recommendations from other writers, and I had to make a compilation of notes.  Now, up until I got Scrivener, I was using MS Word and OneNote for all my projects. And while ...

Reviewing Old Works

I am finally back from my long hiatus . . . I had a close family member in constant hospitalization since January of this year, and she finally had her last surgery this afternoon. She's had two this year alone. I'm hoping she's okay now. Today I'm going to talk about a topic that has come ...

Character Development/Sketching

Character Development/Sketching The whole premises of today's blog post is about a pet peeve that any real writer or reader has when reading a story. You're read the back of the book, looked at the cover and decide it's worth taking a read. Of course, you're going to go into your introduction, which is the opening that ...

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