The easiest ways to finish a novel is to mind the message you really want to give. Here are four questions that will help you find out about yourself, your novel, and what you really want to say.Read More
So what makes a good writer? Someone in touch with themselves. Someone who can take one tiny aspect of their personality and raise up a character to embody it. So when you write, focus on connection. Connect to yourself first, then your character, and the character will connect to the reader. The character’s story will be their own, but the message they give can be the truth you’ve learned. In the end, that’s all writing is. It’s that simple – and it’s that hard.Read More
The Act Like a Writer Drafting Journal will help you:
Meet your characters, using special tecniques to really understand how to get into their head
Imagine and create your locations so you know which details are important to your story
Define the goals of every chapter, so that you know what you’re going to write and why it’s important to your plot
Tally up your progress with a flexible system. You choose to track words, minutes, pages, or even days.
Chronical your writing sessions so that you can catch patterns and learn how to master writing
Remember the names of all those characters you keep forgetting
This will be the easiest book you’ve ever drafted. You’re welcome.
Welcome to the Writer’s Habit Challenge! Here is the page for you to declare your goal, update your progress, and get a bit of the writer limelight by being featured on this page.Read More
Scrivener is a great program for writers but can look a bit intimidating at the first. Here’s a how-to guide to get you up and running with the best writing software program out there.Read More
How to collect, organize, and keep track of your Scrivener project.Read More
How to import existing files into Scrivener so you can use the best software for writers and complete your project.Read More