Save the Cat! The Last Book on Screenwriting You’ll Ever Need has been a staple for writers of all kinds: screenwriters, novelists, playwrights. But now,
I have a confession to make. I haven’t written anything new in six months. My hiatus started after writing 12,000 words of a new novel,
I’m directing a play at school and have been at rehearsals every day this week until late. Please enjoy this ever-popular post from NaNoWriMo 2016.
I am always looking for new and exciting tools to help with my writing. While editing my latest novel I came across the Hemingway Editor.
That Inevitable Victorian Thing, a YA novel by E.K. Johnson is delightfully historically mind-bending. The premise: What if Queen Victoria I persevered and grew the British
Guest Post by Rebecca Crockett A few months ago I had an incredible opportunity to discuss my work with a high-level editor at a well-known
Last month, I took a break from writing, and decided to use my time to read instead. I dug out my library card, and headed
I recently started revising my YA science fiction novel. I have very vivid pictures of each character in my head. When my critique partner read
As an art teacher, I find a lot of inspiration for my work comes from my students, and their experiences in class. My self-published chapter
In my travels over the interwebs, I came across The Manuscript Academy, a website partnered with Manuscript Wish List, that provides classes and conferences that
So you’ve finished the first draft of your new novel. Now what? I’ve edited half a dozen manuscripts in my writing endeavors, each one requiring
In the spirit of Flash Fiction, this post will be 500 words or less. The previous words count. So do these. You get the idea.