I'm sure nobody here has ever had that problem. Chances are, you all have hundreds of readers every day and no fits and seizures ever affect your bottom line. And that is awesome! Amazing! Impressive! Awe inspiring! Yet, there are those of us who, for some reason, fail to resonate with more than a few … Continue reading What Do You Do When No One Wants To Read Your Work?
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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?
When Did You Know You Wanted To Write?
This is such an interesting question. I've seen many people ask it of established authors. It seems like a question that potential writers ask to make sure they're not losing their minds because this bug to write has bitten them hard. And it isn't a bad question. However, I think it's potentially loaded. Mostly because … Continue reading When Did You Know You Wanted To Write?
The Word Count: Should It Matter When Writing?
Always wondered what the proper word count on your writing per day should be? Man, do I have some thoughts for you!
Why Writing Your ‘Perfect’ Novel Is Hard
I've been looking around the web, trying to find a site that maybe I can get some feedback through. I came back to that ole Scribophile site. I was there for a bit. But, like Fanstory, they suffer from a similar experience: people who are only concerned with HOW you can sell a story. And … Continue reading Why Writing Your ‘Perfect’ Novel Is Hard
TIM’S METHOD OF WRITING
SO you want to write? Looking for that great American novel? Forget that nonsense. That ship sailed back in the 1800's. Now, you just want to write a great novel. And I have a thought on how to accomplish that. I'm currently in the midst of writing a novel that I hope to find an … Continue reading TIM’S METHOD OF WRITING
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