Do you know this game? If you’re a writer, you do: It’s where you write a draft, but it’s not right, so you put it aside and try again. And again.
If this describes you, congratulations! You’re a writer. And there’s hope for your draft.
These two things seem contradictory. Spoiler alert: they’re not.
There was that moment of hitting the button, the moment of relief
that this was over and life could go on, that the Sundered were dead and
the crisis averted.
Yet another snippet from Notte! Unedited, messy, etc. Enjoy!
Horse’s instructions seemed simple: I was to find the city of Mercy; to locate the inn called Pearl’s Bottom; to rent a bed, yet not use it, and instead wait in the public room below for a week and a day.
A ton of writer’s quotes to help you get through it all. Nothing fancy. Just encouragement. Enjoy!
First off, congrats to the winners of the fantabulous printed books giveaway. 🙂 Second, I have some news about my books.
Write. Paint. Create. Don’t let the darkness of this world stop you. Every time you pick up the pen, you’re pushing it back by inches.
Well, here we are! We survived. Not all in one piece, but here, nevertheless.
Since my last update, my husband has been through a couple of surgeries, more than one miracle, and a TON of physical therapy.
Pain changes your character. It’s important you know how that character handles it.
Don’t get me wrong: I absolutely love the current crop of urban fantasy out there. But once in a while, it’s really, really nice to find something else. Something that reminds me of Charles de Lint more than Faith Hunter.
Your characters didn’t appear the moment you write the first page. Just like in your own life, they were influenced by someone else—for good or ill. Understanding why your characters respond the way they do is crucial to character development, and knowing who influenced them is a key part of that.