Greetings and salutations, faithful reader! As you are likely well familiar of, I'm Timothy Scott Purvis and you're reading my blog. Probably because you like some of the things I have to share, but maybe also because you're bored and have nothing else to do. Hey, I can't fault you either way. It's true, I … Continue reading The Days Keep On A Rollin’
Category: On Writing-Or, My Take Anyhow
What Does It Mean To Market A Book?
Greetings and salutations, faithful readers! I'm Timothy Scott Purvis (if you don't know that by now, that is--and if this is your first time reading anything by me, welcome aboard and I hope you'll enjoy what's next to come!) and I've come to share with you some updates on what's going on with me. I … Continue reading What Does It Mean To Market A Book?
A Novel Experiment
I've been working on writing my new novel, Left of Midnight, for quite the chunk of time. The book itself has already been written once. The very, very, very rough draft of the original novel ran just shy of 70k words. This new take on it is just over 144k and sitting at only two … Continue reading A Novel Experiment
New Novel Approaches
Greetings and salutations! Welcome back to another blog post. Hopefully, this one will be an enjoyable one. Been trying to get the word out about my newest novel, Red Star Sheriff (--->https://www.amazon.com/Red-Star-Sheriff-Trilogy-Book-ebook/dp/B085MNJX71<--- ), as far and wide as possible. It's not gaining a whole lot of traction, but, what can you do? All I can … Continue reading New Novel Approaches
Which Is More Important: Beginning or End?
I've often heard remarks about story telling that a beginning is the most important aspect of a tale. But is that so? Because an ending can stick in a reader's mind for ages. Yet, I'm of the opinion that both are important for a story to work and unfold. I'm a firm supporter of a … Continue reading Which Is More Important: Beginning or End?
The Challenge of Consistent Writing
SO MY BOOK is finished. I'm satisfied with it. I've been submitting to agents and getting denied. Mostly because of word count. I've spent a few weeks whittling it down to something more acceptable and ended up with an edition some 165k words in length (original final product some 190k in length). But the more … Continue reading The Challenge of Consistent Writing
And It’s Done! …Sort of.
I started writing my book Red Star Sheriff roughly two years ago. I'm happy to report that I finished all the major edits to it within the last few weeks (though wordcount seems to be a sticking point on getting it published through a traditional venue--so I still have to evaluate that angle). I've been … Continue reading And It’s Done! …Sort of.
Believe it or not, Yes, I’m still here
Wooo! I don't know how people manage to do it! I don't know how people manage to have a full time job (such as myself) and are able to keep up with a blog! I mean, I'm working on my book still so that's been keeping me fairly occupied. But to put daily work into … Continue reading Believe it or not, Yes, I’m still here
How My Book Is Coming
I'm in the endgame now! Got through two thirds of my narrative, rewritten significant portions of the story, cleaned up plot holes, and strengthened character arcs! I'm enjoying the process and pleased with how the final story is coming along. By the end of August, I think, all will be said and gone. Soon, I … Continue reading How My Book Is Coming
So, still working voraciously on finishing my book. The reworking of the third draft is slowing me down as I've found major sections that need rewritten. However, I think it reads far better now and will end up being an enjoyable read. At least I think so. Maybe that's all I'm writing it for: myself. … Continue reading Monthly Update
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