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When we were children, many of us loved to draw, color and write stories. But somewhere along the way, our life was HACKED by society who didn't value art. They … [Continue reading...]
My friend, Jim Denney, writes more than 50,000 words every month. He's such an inspiration. I call him a Writing Ninja.
In Quickness is Truth
by Jim Denney
Here's an inspiring, … [Continue reading...]
Angela Hunt's Plot Skeleton
This article is Tip #6 of the series How to Write a Novel in 30 Days.
Before you can commit to sitting down to write your novel in 30 days you need to have a map of … [Continue reading...]
Photo courtesy of Morguefile.comThis is a continuation of How to Write a Novel in 30 Days.
Sometimes we're plowing along in our novel, our fingers are flying, and we come to a screeching halt. We … [Continue reading...]
How often do you get interrupted when you write? What's the primary source of your distractions? Is it Facebook, Twitter, or Email. For me, it can be all three, but other things too.
Admit you have … [Continue reading...]
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You're writing your novel in 30 days. Butt in chair. Music is playing in the background, the kind of tune that fits the mood of your scene. You're in the groove, … [Continue reading...]
Writing a novel in 30 days is easier if you set goals.
50,000 words in 30 days is less than 1700 words a day. Keep in mind you don't have to write it in thirty consecutive days. You can space it … [Continue reading...]
You've decided you want to write a novel.
You have a huge imagination and stories in your mind that are waiting to be told. You've told your friends and family you're going to do this. They aren't … [Continue reading...]