Plotting: Discovering What’s Behind Door #3

Discovering What’s Behind Door #3 with Diane Vallere http://ow.ly/kHGX8

5 Guidelines to Fiction Writing I live By Right Now

1. Read Your Writing Aloud. After you’re done writing, read it out loud. You’ll be able to truly see if what your writing is believable. You’ll also be able to tell if what your… Continue reading

Three-Act Structure Of A Novel

When plotting out your novel remember it can always be broken down into three parts: a beginning, a Middle, and an ending. Which will help you better focus on the details. The Three-Act… Continue reading

Fictional Character Sketch Sheet, The Basics.

Here’s a list of things you might want to know about all major characters of your book. Appearances:  Name:______ Nicknames:______ Age:______Place of Birth_____ Birthdate______ Eyecolor:______Hair Color:_______ The style of their hair:_______ Height:_______ Weight:_____… Continue reading

Writer Rules To Live By.

These are “Fiction Writer Rules to Live By” that I’ve learnt from various books that I read. Read. (Read as much as you can both the good stuff and the bad and learn… Continue reading

The Encyclopedia Of Magical Creatures

If you’ve been looking for ideas for your paranormal novel then here’s a good start. I purchased this book a few years back from Barnes & Noble and wanted to tell everyone about.… Continue reading

Creating Fictional Characters

When creating your fictional characters you have to ask yourself several questions: Who are your characters? What do they want and why they want it? What are their likes and fears? As well… Continue reading

Benefits Of Scheduling Your Writing Time.

      As a writer I always wondered whether I should schedule in my time or just fit writing in whenever I can. I believe that in order to be efficient I… Continue reading

Hello world!

My first blog post here. I’ll tell you a little about myself. I have a great husband and a beautiful very active 2 year old daughter. I’ve always enjoyed weaving stories since I… Continue reading