With that in mind, I wanted to share with you some Twitter accounts, websites, and generally informative paraphernalia for the writing-inclined. These links are mostly targeted towards fantasy and science fiction writers.
National Novel Writing Month is a cool idea, and I usually try to participate in some fashion every year. The first (and much different) draft of my first book was written in this time. I've never made 50,000 words, as I've mentioned elsewhere, but I usually do somewhere between 20-30,000, since I find it useful... Continue Reading →
The S.O. and I are watching Avatar: The Last Airbender together. It's a rewatch for me, first time through for him, and we love it a lot. I preface this post with that love, because I'm about to wade into a wide-scale critique of a flaw I find sort of annoying with a lot of... Continue Reading →
Hey everyone! It's been a while since I've posted directly here. For those keeping track, we're a little over halfway through the blog tour. I'll be officially back here with your weekly Friday post in July. July 27th to be exact. But since I had some thoughts to share, I thought I'd check in to... Continue Reading →
I received a comment a few weeks back about how to best maximize your writing time. If you only have a half hour to an hour a day to work on things, this can be a real challenge for making any headway on your manuscript. Here are some things that work for me. As always... Continue Reading →
I go to conventions to spread the word about my existence, sure, but I also go to conventions to learn. (And to meet awesome people, but that is a side benefit to the utility, even if it is a very important one.) This year, I had a number of great experiences - being on an... Continue Reading →
Recently I listened to an episode of Writing Excuses entitled Impostor Syndrome, with Alyssa Wong. I love Writing Excuses, and I listened to this particular episode at a time in my life when I was feeling that impostor syndrome very strongly. We all have days like that, when we come face to face with our... Continue Reading →