Enjoy this story I wrote last month. I’d love to hear what you think of it.
Series are bread and butter for authors. Readers like me who decide to binge read a series if they love the first book make it so. Some of us enjoy writing series, too. But things can get tricky when you’re writing a series. I know this because I’ve written several trilogies in my short career. …
Writing anything is a process. Writing a novel can be a lengthy commitment of time, energy and mental resources. Right now I’m hip deep in the mire of revisions.
Some people don’t understand how involved the revision process can be, so they think that the hard part of writing a novel is over. You know, coming up with a brilliant premise and then telling the story to the sum of 70-100 thousand words.
Plans have a way of not working out, but there won’t be any of that “planning to fail by failing to plan” in my life. Over plan? If there’s such a thing, I could be guilty of it.
The first step on forming plans is reflecting on what worked–or didn’t work–before. This post will walk you through my process for setting my goals and intentions for my writing “career.”