You’ve studied the craft of fiction writing ad nauseum. You know everything there is to know about plot, characterization, theme, etc., etc. You crank out manuscript after manuscript and nothing sells. Maybe an agent has even scrawled on a curt, form rejection letter, “Don’t call us, we’ll call you.” You can’t understand why you are unpublished, … More #booksforwriters August 2018
We are halfway through the year, writers. How are your writing goals going? Need something to fuel your creativity? Here are three prompts to fuel the muse. Write from your gut. Don’t be shy. Remember, you are a writer. Let it flow, baby…
I’m nosy. I may be discreet about it, but I want to know what’s up…I guess that’s natural for a writer. And since I’m currently writing inspirational romantic suspense, there’s going to be a good chance that I’m going to be writing a character in law enforcement. Really, this is pretty much true for any … More The Citizens’ Police Academy
Whether you write longhand, on an old typewriter, on a laptop, desktop, or by any other means, the main tool of our trade is this: So here are ten great quotes on words and writing to inspire your writing for the week: #motivationmonday
Spring has spring and hopefully your writing is in full bloom. But if you need a fresh start, a warm up, or just a diversion, here are three prompts to get your muse going. Remember, freewriting is balls to the wall. No editing. No self-censoring. Let your freak flag fly.