Thomas Hawk / Foter / Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 2.0 Generic (CC BY-NC 2.0) Have you ever felt like you would benefit from a trip to the wilderness where no one and nothing can interrupt your writing time? Yeah, me too. I am seriously considering doing something like my good friend, Kristi Rose did. (Oh, yeah, she just enjoyed her first book release and is like almost finished with her next book. Jealous?) Kristi and Anya and Eryn all went on a writing retreat that they created themselves. Read more here and you will see what I am going on about.
#writerrecharge Well, the month of February has come and gone, and I am truly thankful for the effort of #writerrecharge and all of its participants. You guys rock, and you have kept me motivated all month long. I hope you all accomplished everything you had set out to do. Prepare for a LONG post to come below. It is my explanation for my week. I said that I wanted to accomplish 1250 words this past week and to work on my book blurb. Well, it’s funny. Things happen and plans change. Let me explain. My husband is such a great
On Monday, during my #writerrecharge post, I mentioned that I hate outlines. Well, I don’t hate outlines really. I hate making them. LOL. Yes, that is splitting hairs, but in truth, I am what Brandon Sanderson calls a “discovery writer”. There are several types of writers, per BS, by the way and I am going to look at them here. A discovery writer, who only has a general idea of what the story is about, a handfull of characters, and a setting–who sets off on this writing journey chronicling the trip as they go. He says in his most recent