My best friend and I have a running joke about my "writing archives" and how I'm leaving it up to her to figure out what to do with them. Don't forget about the Twitter and the blog and the ebooks while you're at it, Bestie.(Or did we decide that the digital stuff was Jessi's job? … Continue reading My "Writing Archives"
Y'all, I have finally reached the end of part two of my book. From here, I expect true smooth sailing because the rest of it is mostly reshuffling/ editing what I already have written in draft three. Part Two was daunting to write; it's a largely transitional part of the book and I gave up … Continue reading End of Part Two
Via laundrylinedivine.comThis is a thought that occurred to me in the last week or so.Do I have a particular writing style? Do I even have a particular writing voice? I think I have a particular blogging writing voice, which is really just a more literate and voluminous version of the way I speak. Or at … Continue reading What is My Writing Style?
I finished what I'm calling "part one" of my fourth draft today. When I wrote the outline, I broke the story up into parts to aid me in seeing how the story's structure worked--since I have issues with constructing plots. The actual book won't be broken up into parts, though.Still, Part One this time around … Continue reading End of Part One
The scene I'm writing now, in my new Chapter Seven, has Miles speaking to his brother-in-law Henry. They're in the back office of Miles's shipping company's place, where Henry has been acting manager for several weeks. Miles has an enemy who sleuthed out something about Miles and his wife Adele and then proceeded to tell … Continue reading Of Math