by Nat Leblanc So you’ve got a great idea for a novel or story that you’re DYING to tell. The premise is profound, the symbolism is subtle, and the big reveal at the end is going to blow your readers’ minds. You throw together an outline and show it to an editor friend. They […]
I can’t agree enough with this post.
Here’s to all the authors writing their story for them!
For the life of me, I can’t work out how to reblog Tony’s blog post like I do other WordPress blogs (perhaps he’s not got that option turned on in his settings!?) but, I think all of you who plan to write fiction should have a read of this article.
Maggie LaCroix, author of soon-to-be released Zombified, joins me today to share her thoughts on what makes a good character in fiction.
What does gaming have to do with a blog about readerly and writerly things I hear you ask? Well, take a stroll through the thoughts of Furious George and tell me if you can’t find the similarities.
To begin with, I make no apologies for my erratic writing. If you want to read my professional style of writing, get a job with me and ask to read my professional style of writing. This is my writing for fun. If you can’t follow it, have a beer and try again. Repeat until successful. Oh, I also swear. Cry to Mum if you don’t like it.