What is the story, from your character’s Point of View? And how do you make sure it’s interesting enough to keep you writing, and your reader reading?
The Dark Justice storybundle (which you can find by clicking on the link, or the banner at the top of this page, or the image at the bottom of this post) is entering the home stretch, and we’re still trying to spread the word. If you have a podcast, a blog, a facebook page, a tumblr account, a twitter account, or any other sort of obsession that might touch fans of nail-biting dark mysteries, now’s the time to spread the word.
Bring them the images. Bring them the audio.
Bring them Dark Justice!
Setting can make or break your novel. Here’s how it works, and how to use it.
As the structure of your story emerges, the fear of cliché will rise up. Beware its power to smash your story!
Today we explore a little-known technique to jump your story out of those early-manuscript doldrums.
Your hero will probably not go it alone–so don’t neglect his companions. Here’s how to make sure your core cast lifts your novel and makes your job easier.
Today we talk about how to use outlines without stifling your creative freedom.
One of the big tricks to writing daily is figuring out how to find the time. Here’s how to figure out how much time you’ll need, and how to stay within that time budget.
So, you’ve got a blank page in front of you. How do you start something that can last for 50,000 words or more?
Before you start to write, consider your preparation–and whether it might be a good idea to approach it differently.