Conventional writing wisdom comes in many forms. What you read in articles, writing tips you find on Pinterest, and the advice you heard first hand from your writing partners. Put … Continue reading The Rebellious Writer and World Building
I have to talk about ‘O Pioneers’, or I am going to go crazy. Let me rephrase that. I already have talked about this book to anyone who would listen, … Continue reading Book Review: O Pioneers!
Nanowrimo is over! Somehow, I survived. I lost my sanity and my brain somewhere around week three, and still have to catch up on sleep (though is that even possible?). … Continue reading Know the Novel Link Up: It is Written (mostly)
Endings. How I love to hate thee. The bane of my existence, yet the reason what I read book after book. Maybe it is because I love endings so much … Continue reading How You Should End Your Novel
This is the story of how I died. Also the story of how I can’t remember much about November except the fact that I have written so, many, words. As … Continue reading Know the Novel Linkup: Part Two
Was anyone wondering what exactly happened to poor Belissa, Lord Beldons sister? Well here you go. Just remember what happens to curious minds… The echo of a pixies giggle was … Continue reading The Tales of Lunoor: Extra Tales
One of the most important bits of any story is the beginning. The part that convinces a reader to keep reading, or to shut the book and move on with … Continue reading To Begin
Remember that contest I told you about a while back? You know, the one with writing prompts? Well, the results are in, and I am pleased to announce the winners! … Continue reading Writing Prompt Contest Winners!
The wonderful Christine Smith has created a writerly link up for Nanowrimo! Yay! Which is next month guys. (I’m not thinking about it, I’m not thinking about it) Anyway. Her … Continue reading Know the Novel Link Up Part One
Tada! After long hours of writing and editing (though I do apologize for any missed typos), I give you the first story of Lunnoor. For a tiny bit of preface, … Continue reading Battles End, Battles Begin
You know how at the beginning of each how-to post the author tells you why you should listen to them? Why they are uniquely qualified to speak to you on … Continue reading Plotting V.S. Pantsing
What if the faeries were evil? What if dryads pulled you to a watery grave while pixies led you off a cliff. Brownies lived to be a thorn in your … Continue reading The Tales of Lunnoor