Definition - Examples - How to Write Click this link to hear this blog post as a podcast with your favorite podcasting app! Hello Lovelies, and welcome back to the blog. Today we’re talking about the fourth Pillar of Genre. We’re talking today about the Nonfiction genre, and specifically, about the Expository Nonfiction genre. Expository …
Hello Lovelies, and welcome back to the blog! It’s a new quarter, which means it’s time to set some new goals, so let’s jump straight in. Here we are back at the Kanban-style Trello Board. If you’ve been here a while, you’ll already be familiar with this, but for those that aren’t, I use Trello …
Hello Lovelies, and welcome back to the blog. Today we’re talking about the third Pillar of Genre. We’re talking today about the Drama genre, and specifically, about Tragedy as a literary genre.
Hello Lovelies, and welcome back to the blog. Today, and for the next few weeks, we're talking about the second Pillar of Genre. Let’s talk about Poetry. How do you define what Poetry even is? Would you say that it has a meter or cadence? That it has to rhyme and have multiple verses? That it has to take a specific form? All of those things may be aspects of poetry, and yet poems exist that could also be said to have none of those qualities. Today we are going to go into Dramatic Poetry, so let’s talk about it.
In this article we talk about holiday gift ideas for the writer in your life and for every price point.
Click this link to hear this blog post as a podcast with your favorite podcasting app! In this #NaNoWriMo article we talk about how to manage your own expectations during NaNoWriMo. Are you participating in NaNoWriMo this year? If you don’t know, November is the National Novel Writing Month, and the challenge is to write …
In this #NaNoWriMo article we talk about some ways you can stay productive during the entire month of NaNoWriMo.
In this #PrepTober article we talk about some ways you can make scene cards for NaNoWriMo this year.
I am not going to have much time to prep for NaNoWriMo this year. In fact, I am not even sure I am going to be trying to reach 50,000 words as my NaNo goal. Still, I wanted to give you a few ideas that you may not hear on other blogs as to how to prep for NaNoWriMo.
This week’s blog post is about fast drafting your series. Last time we talked about fast drafting your novel and why you might use it as a strategy. This week I want to deep dive into the specifics of how you go about accomplishing this type of drafting.