Every author feels the threat of piracy. It exists. We know it could happen, and at some point you have to make a choice about how to feel about it – do you spend every waking minute scouring the web for pirate sites to see if your books are there, or do you just say fuck it and if someone alerts you, great, otherwise, I got a life to live? 1,561 more words
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Happy March everyone!
For the past month and a half, I’ve been plotting and planning the basis for a new novel. (Well, technically, it’s a rework of a novel I started in 2012, but enough has changed that I’m considering it to be an entirely new project). 840 more words
I need a plan.
Which is hard to create especially when there is so much I don’t know about the Law of Attraction.
Last year in the first Novel Writing class our coach claimed if we could write 500 words a day, for five days a week, for ten months and we would have a manuscript of 10,00o words in our hands. 384 more words
By B. Corp.
I can’t be sure, but I’d guess most of the How-tos of writing recommend some version of a close point of view. There’s a whole host of arguments for this, with a common thread being immersion for the reader in a character, or story. 848 more words
by Amber P.
Had you been there tonight, you might know how it feels.
To be struck to the bone in a moment of breathless delight! 585 more words
1. Develop the habit of visualizing yourself happily writing your book.
“Visualization” is using your imagination. You’re always using your imagination. However, mostly you’re unaware of it. 1,017 more words