November 18, 2015November 18, 2015 I’m glad you asked. I originally started this series to share writing advice with other writers, especially beginning writers. I know when I first started writing again in 2010, I needed a lot of help. So, thus WWW was born.
October 9, 2015October 9, 2015 If you’re not the type of person who already uses (and maybe abuses) Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and every other possible social networking service, finding a place to begin might feel a little intimidating. My usual advice is to try a
You’re a what? I’m a WriMo, as in NaNoWriMo. It’s a term for those who participate in the annual November National Novel Writing Month. We are WriMos, not to be confused with WiNos (or could we?). I embark on my 5th year of NaNoWriMo in
Sunday starts the 2015 race to start and finish an intense writing project known as “NaNoWriMo” or National Novel Writing Month. You’ve probably seen tips and tricks all over social media to help you prep. Everyone has their own system, and if you are a
A couple of summers ago, I had the great fun of collaborating with other writers to produce “Flip Flop Fiction.” Using the Mad Hatter and his hat as the mode of time travel, characters from one story would make an appearance in another story and
Jealousy is, I think, the worst of all faults because it makes a victim of both parties. ~Gene Tierney Jealousy. Envy. The green-eyed monster. Keepin’ up with the Jones’. Now matter how you word it, the meaning is the same. “I don’t have it, they
Title: The Fault In Our Stars Author: John Green Genre: YA Drama Amazon Rating: 5 stars Goodreads blurb: Despite the tumor-shrinking medical miracle that has bought her a few years, Hazel has never been anything but terminal, her final chapter inscribed upon diagnosis. But when a gorgeous