Tags » Novel-Writing

WIT :: of recaps and updates

So there have been several things paramount in my mind this summer and I’ve spoken of a few of them here on ye ol’ blog. I figure it’s about time to check in with some updates, yeah? 568 more words


Fighting The Edit Addiction

If this was a self help group for writers I would stand up and nervously say:

‘Hi, my name is Blondeusk and I have an editing addiction. 131 more words


MWW14! (Part II)

“My story takes place in a fully imagined world where people marked with the power of magic are treated as cursed monsters and are hunted to insure the safety of the empire. 294 more words


T2-06 Re-visiting my favorite fears

I know the title of this article/entry is kind of odd. Revisiting my favorite fears, it’s like I’m going through a scrapbook of my most hated photos from my adolescence. 826 more words


Why Character Arcs Can Save Your Story Pt. 1

Writing is a road of discovery.

Everything that was ever written was first discovered, whether that process takes years, months or flying by the seat of your pants, your story must be unearthed and one of the ways to do that is to plug plot holes and you can do that by writing your character’s story arc.  391 more words

MB Taylor

Transcend the Medium

As a genre, Fantasy often feels like the written word isn’t the correct medium, and there are a lot of people out there willing to reinforce that belief. 146 more words

Novel Writing

The Leibster Award

The Liebster Award exists only on the internet, and is given to bloggers by other bloggers. It pays tribute to new blogs, or blogs with a follower count of less than 1,000–including Twitter. 875 more words

Short Story