I plan on writing my next manuscript in July. I’m participating in Camp NaNoWriMo, so I’ve got that extra drive to see it through to completion. The story is mapped out, the major characters defined. I’ve even drawn a map of the world to scale. I’ve already started writing scenes in my head. I am… Read More My Two July Babies
In honor of the release of The Gold-Son by Carrie Anne Noble, I’m sharing my review of the book. I received an advance copy of it in exchange for an honest review, and I really wanted to like it. The cover is gorgeous and the description great. It seemed like it would be a fun read:… Read More Book Review: The Gold-Son
There are all kinds of writers in this world with different preferences about how, how often, and how much to write in one sitting. While there is nothing wrong with taking your time while you write, if you want to write faster, here are some helpful tips for doing so. They might not all work for you,… Read More How to Write Your Manuscript Faster
Generally, there are two extremes for how writers go about writing. Maybe you’ve heard the phrase ‘plotter or pantser’ and wondered what it meant. Basically, a plotter (or a planner) plans before they write, while a pantser “flies by the seat of their pants,” doing little to no planning. For a quick look at the… Read More Should You Plan Your Manuscript?