July 31, 2018

We used to live for the craft and the craft lived for us. We created despite the craft, in spite of the craft.  The craft was our opponent, and we were it's arch-enemy because it was a dance, a give and take. Will I be successful today? Will the Muse descend? We never...

July 24, 2018

Start with the end in sight. Where do you want your book to go? How will it end? You don’t have to know exactly, but you should have a vague idea at least so you know how to tie the pieces of your novel together.

You can’t work with a story if you don’t have a story to...

July 17, 2018

The idea fills us with intense excitement. We imagine a world where we've successfully pulled off our endeavor, and the world is eager for our contribution. Our energy is in it's peak state.  

The initial excitement fuels us to begin our life-altering project. We p...

July 10, 2018

Simply, you start writing. You carve out the time in your busy schedule, because we make time for the things that are most important to us. You actually sit down and open a document to work on whether it’s a piece you already have written or a fresh, blank page. Then y...

July 3, 2018

Every great writer knows the complexity of character drives the plot. If you have a good, solid character that you know innately, you can put them in a situation and they just go and do stuff. They’ll take the reins from you. This is a good thing because then writers c...

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