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Series: My Writing Process, Characters & Writing

Series: My Writing Process, Characters & Writing

If you missed part 1 of this series, about book ideas, click here. If you missed part 2 of this series, about outlining, click here. Figuring out my characters: I have vague ideas about my characters- what they look like, dress like, personality, goals; I don’t tend to fill out those character sheets. While I’m writing, they’ll let me know more about them and the story, like fun plot twists. For my Prophecy duology, I used the Myer-Briggs chart to…

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Series: My Writing Process, Outlining

Series: My Writing Process, Outlining

If you missed part 1 of this series, book ideas, click here. Being a Plantser (Planner/Pantser) I never get far in outlines. How I Outline: I keep a notebook and also jot scenes down in my word document so when I open it again, I know where I wanted to go. In a notebook I have bare bones that I’ll jot down ideas as they come. More often then not, the scenes come to me as I’m writing, so I’ll…

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Series: My Writing Process, Book Ideas

Series: My Writing Process, Book Ideas

In case any of you are interested, I’m going to share my writing process. So far, each book idea has been different, so I’m going to jot down various processes. I am part Pantser, part Plotter. I’ll start with an idea, and flesh it out as I write. Where my book ideas come from: Ideas come to me from watching tv/movies, browsing Pinterest, reading, daydreaming ‘what if’ questions, and so on. I usually get the general idea of who my…

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My Favorite Writing Blogs and Social Media Sites

My Favorite Writing Blogs and Social Media Sites

I’m still finding writer blogs and social media accounts that I like, so this is just my list so far. Feel free to add your favorites in the comment section below 🙂 These blogs have many helpful writing resources and tools. If you’d rather watch AuthorTube videos click here for a list of my favorites. Websites Helping Writers Become Authors Ink and Quills EA Deverell The Quiet Writers Desk Vivien Reis Ava Jae Facebook Closed Groups/Pages Your Write Dream Creative…

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My Favorite Writing Podcasts and YouTube Channels

My Favorite Writing Podcasts and YouTube Channels

I’m still finding writer podcasts and YouTube channels that I like, so this is just my list so far. Feel free to add your favorites in the comment section below 🙂 If you’d rather read about writing tips click here for a list of my favorites! Writing Excuses ^This is a podcast. 88 Cups of Tea This podcast site is run by Yin Chang. She does interviews with tons of different writers and literary agents. It was fun to listen to…

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National Novel Writing Month Nov 2017

National Novel Writing Month Nov 2017

Guys I’m so excited! National Novel Writing Month is here! My Project If you read my CampNaNo blog post, you know that I wrote my first draft of Fulfilling The Prophecy in July. This November I plan on writing/finishing the first draft of a different series, Book 1 of my Warlock School Series! 50,000 words here I come! Writing a first draft in July has given me the confidence to do it again in November. The Warlock School Series is…

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You Know You’re a Writer When…

You Know You’re a Writer When…

It’s been fun writing, and relating to posts about being a writer, so I decided to compile some. Here are a few ‘You Know You’re A Writer When…’ brought to you via Pinterest. Enjoy! My Favorite: What’s your favorite? Happy writing ♥

Relatable Writing Problems

Relatable Writing Problems

If you’re a writer, you know that there are stressful times, and there are stressfully funny times. I hope these accurate writing problems give you a chuckle. You are not alone! (Images via Pinterest). If you’re not a writer but your friends are, read these to know what they go through 🙂 Relatable Writing Problems   What’s a favorite of yours? Thanks for reading, now get back to writing! ♥

CampNaNoWriMo Update

CampNaNoWriMo Update

Before July started I wrote a blog about my intentions with CampNaNoWriMo. There you’ll find what my book is about and what I hope to accomplish. Onto my update: Did I make my goal of 40,000 words? Yes and no. I ended up changing my goal from Part 2 with 40,000 words, to Book 1 with 65,000 words. There were scenes in Part 1 that I still needed to fill in, so I decided to try to do it all…

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