Lights, Camera, & Learning to Write Action Scenes

Lights, Camera, & Learning to Write Action Scenes

Avoiding Action As far as writing goes, I’d say I’m most comfortable and confident when it comes to writing dialogue. After all, I’ve spent the last twenty years of my life listening to people talk, so by this point I feel like I have a pretty good grasp of what...
Dealing With Criticism As A Writer

Dealing With Criticism As A Writer

A Writer’s Pain To be honest, sometimes being a writer is extremely painful.  I’m a fairly sensitive person. And if you know me well or have watched a sappy, romantic movie with me, you’re probably nodding your head in agreement and saying “that’s for sure!” as...
Editing Without Becoming Overwhelmed

Editing Without Becoming Overwhelmed

Editing VS Baking Drafting is like baking a cake. You grab all the right ingredients, all the necessary tools, and by the time you’re done, you have something that can be shared and enjoyed by those around you.  But the thing is, baking is messy.  I don’t know...

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