The past few months I have been revisiting a musical that I wrote about ten years ago, Jack and the Beanstalk, the Musical. I am
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