I write likeAgatha Christie About Agatha Christie | Analyze your text I tested this using a few thousand words from one of my side-projects, but I find it super interesting- especially, I must admit, because I’ve never actually read any Agatha Christie!? Now, of course, this means I HAVE to read something by her, haha.Continue reading “Fun test for writers!”
I drew a couple of cute aliens- specifically the characters Kip and Jo from another writing project of mine, but reimagined in the context of the Spacedad novel I’m working on. They’re so adorable I could just squish em though!!
Go to sleep, Pinterest. You can find my unsplash.com account here if you’re interested in the types of collections I’m curating or curious to see what sort of visual inspiration I’m using for either my fine art or my writing, and having free-to-use access to photos I can credit back to the original photographer isContinue reading “PROBABLY… unsplash is my new favorite website.”
The bit where you can’t proceed mentally with the story because you realized, 150 pages in, that you forgot to put in every major instance of foreshadowing and flashbacking that would have led up to your character doing the thing he’s about to do, so you go and start editing bits into the existing manuscript.Continue reading “Not really my favorite part of writing.”
Nanowrimo was a success! I am still writing the first draft, but on the 30th I validated my wordcount at 57425 words! My goal is to be done with the first draft and sending it to my beta readers by the 20th, and to start the new year by editing, revising, and adding in anyContinue reading “Brief Nano update!”