Most of us indie authors are obsessed with writing more, either through forming a habit of writing more regularly or by driving up word count through learning how to touch type or through use of dictation software. I am really impressed by all of the many ways in which it is possible to increase productivity as an indie fiction author and I have tried some … Continue reading 1 Ninja-Trick-Free Technique You Can Use to Write More
Writing good dialogue can be tricky. As TV and comic book writing is increasingly influencing dialogues in novels, I thought I’d share this very topical Youtube video which I recently found very helpful to get my head straight on the topic.
And books, they offer one hope — that a whole universe might open up from between the covers, and falling into that universe, one is saved. Anne Rice, Blackwood Farm Continue reading On Books: Anne Rice
I came across this brilliant tag whilst reading some posts on The Inky Tavern blog which is run by my dear blogging buddy Desiree B. A massive Sunday shout out to you, lovely lady.
Captivated by the insight into another blogger’s way of doing things, I thought I’d add my own answers to the mix. Continue reading “12 Essential Questions Answered in Behind-the-Scenes Blogging Tag”
A concept is a brick. It can be used to build a courthouse of reason. Or it can be thrown through the window. Gilles Deleuze, A Thousand Plateaus: Capitalism and Schizophrenia Continue reading On Concept: Gilles Deleuze
There is a particularly cutting reality that you should make peace with from the start if you suspect that you may be a writer: nobody wants to read your sh*t!
Stories of imagination tend to upset those without one. Terry Pratchett Continue reading On Imagination: Terry Pratchett