2020 is just around the corner, and it's about time to assess my progress as a writer (thanks to Bernadette Benda for the idea!). A lot can change in ten years... Writing Here are all the novels I wrote this decade: Return to Ravenwood Manor (Nanowrimo 2010)Hitchhikers (completed January 2011)Ghosts of Circus Past (Nanowrimo 2012)My … Continue reading looking back at a decade of writing
It's been a little while since my last progress check, so let's see where I'm at with those 2019 goals!
They say that you're not a writer if you don't write, but I am a writer, and I do not write every day.
This prompt is a great one for helping to write about setting in a way that helps your story achieve the tone you want.
I've gotten back into the swing of submitting recently, and my experiences now have felt a little different than back when I tried for a year of 100 rejections. So I decided to look at the numbers to see - are things different?
This prompt is sort of a silly one and doesn't involve much creative writing. But it should be fun and might spark an idea or two!
I don't often write poetry, but this prompt is always a fun one.
Querying feels like a roller coaster. All the anticipation building, and then when you get a response, you're screaming (either with frustration or happiness).
This writing prompt involves only writing one sentence. Can you do it?
For this prompt, we're going to cheat a little and use other people's first lines!