In my last post, I said it was time to write my next book. Some of you may have noticed a post or two in the last few weeks indicating I’d already started that book. If you go back a few months, I talked about another book I’d started. Yeah, I’m having problems making a decision and sticking to it.
Tag: writing craft
Are you writing with zest?
Nothing like a sex scene to get you in the mood! That was the original title of this post, but since it’s partly about subtlety, I nixed that one. Plus, it occurred to me how many disappointed searchers Google would send here. As usual, I have more than one iron in the fire. I’m working… Continue reading Are you writing with zest?
Creating, one way or another
What a week to start a new book. I’ve had only one uninterrupted day so far, and no writing will occur on this day or night either. Don’t misunderstand; I’m not complaining. I'm still accessing my creativity. Two days this week I worked on a major craft project. Emily wanted us to make a doll.… Continue reading Creating, one way or another
A story! A story? A tale of fear!
All my sources tell me that, as a new indie author, I need to publish more work soon. Writing a novel is not quick work for me. I have a story that might run novella length—might. I haven’t written it yet, of course. Another option is a short story collection. Until the last couple of… Continue reading A story! A story? A tale of fear!
When is a writer not a pantser?
Novel writers often divide themselves into two camps: Plotters and Pantsers. As I wrote a reply to a comment on my last blog post, I realized something about myself. I don’t think I’m a true pantser. I’ve always identified myself as one because I don’t write a detailed outline, or make a colored-coded story chart,… Continue reading When is a writer not a pantser?