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I try to keep my “About” page up-to-date, as well as cover all the important information. It’s that time again! I’m doing my best to establish a stronger brand as a writer, because the more I read about the industry, the… Read moreAbout

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Trying This Again Okay, so like……… I was worried because it seemed like no one was excited about all the products I put designs on. Turns out my stuff isn’t showing up in my storefront yet. Oops! It’s a known… Read moreMy Stuff

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I like to get ten pages a day, which amounts to 2,000 words. That’s 180,000 words over a three-month span, a goodish length for a book — something in which the reader can get happily lost, if the tale is… Read more

amandaonwriting: Learn more about the author here “There are no dull subjects. There are only dull writers.” ~ H.L. Mencken -writerswrite

amandaonwriting: Learn more about the author here “There are no dull subjects. There are only dull writers.” ~ H.L. Mencken -writerswrite

Hey there! So, I recently saw an article about sort of outlining novels/fantasy on a bullet journal. You would take notes on characters, geography, plot, progress and all. But I was a bit busy when I saw it, so I lost the article. Would you happen to know any posts about bullet journaling for a writer/novel/fantasy? It would reeeeaaally help me! Thank you!!!

Hi! I haven’t really read up on it before, so here are some pages that I found: http://deborahkalin.com/blog/2015/10/writing-fiction-and-the-bullet-journal-method/ http://deborahkalin.com/blog/2015/08/wherein-our-author-finds-inefficiency-more-efficient-after-all/ http://deborahkalin.com/blog/2015/10/i-had-one-job/ http://bulletjournal.com/ https://www.reddit.com/r/bulletjournal/comments/43sjb7/any_novelistsfiction_writers_use_the_bullet/ https://www.pinterest.com/rachaellucas1/writing-planning-for-writers/ http://barrymorris.net/3-bullet-journal-tips-for-writing-a-book-paper-or-anything-else-that-matters/ https://jennimyburgh.wordpress.com/2015/04/07/bullet-journal-the-writers-answer-to-getting-things-done/ http://www.cre84me.info/organization-introduction-to-the-bullet-journal-method/ Some of the other sites were flagged by my anti-virus, so be on the… Read moreHey there! So, I recently saw an article about sort of outlining novels/fantasy on a bullet journal. You would take notes on characters, geography, plot, progress and all. But I was a bit busy when I saw it, so I lost the article. Would you happen to know any posts about bullet journaling for a writer/novel/fantasy? It would reeeeaaally help me! Thank you!!!

Hey there! So, I recently saw an article about sort of outlining novels/fantasy on a bullet journal. You would take notes on characters, geography, plot, progress and all. But I was a bit busy when I saw it, so I lost the article. Would you happen to know any posts about bullet journaling for a writer/novel/fantasy? It would reeeeaaally help me! Thank you!!!

Hi! I haven’t really read up on it before, so here are some pages that I found: http://deborahkalin.com/blog/2015/10/writing-fiction-and-the-bullet-journal-method/ http://deborahkalin.com/blog/2015/08/wherein-our-author-finds-inefficiency-more-efficient-after-all/ http://deborahkalin.com/blog/2015/10/i-had-one-job/ http://bulletjournal.com/ https://www.reddit.com/r/bulletjournal/comments/43sjb7/any_novelistsfiction_writers_use_the_bullet/ https://www.pinterest.com/rachaellucas1/writing-planning-for-writers/ http://barrymorris.net/3-bullet-journal-tips-for-writing-a-book-paper-or-anything-else-that-matters/ https://jennimyburgh.wordpress.com/2015/04/07/bullet-journal-the-writers-answer-to-getting-things-done/ http://www.cre84me.info/organization-introduction-to-the-bullet-journal-method/ Some of the other sites were flagged by my anti-virus, so be on the… Read moreHey there! So, I recently saw an article about sort of outlining novels/fantasy on a bullet journal. You would take notes on characters, geography, plot, progress and all. But I was a bit busy when I saw it, so I lost the article. Would you happen to know any posts about bullet journaling for a writer/novel/fantasy? It would reeeeaaally help me! Thank you!!!

amandaonwriting: Learn more about the author here “Every rejection is incremental payment on your dues that in some way will be translated back into your work.” ~James Lee Burke

amandaonwriting: Learn more about the author here “Every rejection is incremental payment on your dues that in some way will be translated back into your work.” ~James Lee Burke

When you hear your favourite author has a new book out

desperatelyseekingwords: All of us, at some point.

When you hear your favourite author has a new book out

desperatelyseekingwords: All of us, at some point.

Hey, so I’m trying to write a story in which basically, the main character is an author with writer’s block. She just can’t get this one character right. So then one day, that character-who happens to be a demon- visits the author, and they’re real and everything. They make a deal, become friends… and then demon problems. There’s a couple problems with this: first, the demon is HEAVILY inspired by a character I’m obsessed with (Bill Cipher, Gravity Falls) and semi-ironically, idk how to (1/2)

Start it. It’s still in very beginning stages, but I don’t wanna plagiarize this character (especially since I have so much respect for the creator for making such an interesting character), and I really have no fucking clue how to… Read moreHey, so I’m trying to write a story in which basically, the main character is an author with writer’s block. She just can’t get this one character right. So then one day, that character-who happens to be a demon- visits the author, and they’re real and everything. They make a deal, become friends… and then demon problems. There’s a couple problems with this: first, the demon is HEAVILY inspired by a character I’m obsessed with (Bill Cipher, Gravity Falls) and semi-ironically, idk how to (1/2)

Hey, so I’m trying to write a story in which basically, the main character is an author with writer’s block. She just can’t get this one character right. So then one day, that character-who happens to be a demon- visits the author, and they’re real and everything. They make a deal, become friends… and then demon problems. There’s a couple problems with this: first, the demon is HEAVILY inspired by a character I’m obsessed with (Bill Cipher, Gravity Falls) and semi-ironically, idk how to (1/2)

Start it. It’s still in very beginning stages, but I don’t wanna plagiarize this character (especially since I have so much respect for the creator for making such an interesting character), and I really have no fucking clue how to… Read moreHey, so I’m trying to write a story in which basically, the main character is an author with writer’s block. She just can’t get this one character right. So then one day, that character-who happens to be a demon- visits the author, and they’re real and everything. They make a deal, become friends… and then demon problems. There’s a couple problems with this: first, the demon is HEAVILY inspired by a character I’m obsessed with (Bill Cipher, Gravity Falls) and semi-ironically, idk how to (1/2)

cosetties: i really like the advice “write marginalized characters but don’t write about marginalization unless you experience it”  absolutely i think cis people should expand their horizons and write trans characters, but they shouldn’t write stories about being trans. likewise i… Read more

cosetties: i really like the advice “write marginalized characters but don’t write about marginalization unless you experience it”  absolutely i think cis people should expand their horizons and write trans characters, but they shouldn’t write stories about being trans. likewise i… Read more

There are no laws for the novel. There never have been, nor can there ever be. Doris Lessing (via psliterary)

There are no laws for the novel. There never have been, nor can there ever be. Doris Lessing (via psliterary)

You can read all the books about writing and take all the classes about writing that you want, but the Horrible Truth is that nothing will teach you to write, except the act of putting words on paper. Diana Gabaldon… Read more