“Wow. Look at those stars. It’s as if a million phoenixes got caught up there glued on a black sheet of paper and couldn’t come down.” “Don’t you mention phoenixes. […]
It’s been quite a while since I’ve updated you on Bayonet, my work in progress. Well, that’s because it has been stuck on a computer which is broken. But, with the help of my handy dandy techno friend, we’re getting it back. After a few large edits, I’m getting right back into writing mode and going to wrap it up. For now, here’s a teaser. Enjoy!
A new writing update it here! Bayonet’s first draft is a few weeks from done! A quick update about the coming editing process and Book 2 of the trilogy. I hope you enjoy!
Give God the Glory.
Need inspiration? Need character depth? Maybe your getting ready for NaNoWriMo and you need a writing jumpstart. Here’s a nifty method of getting a book boost: talking with you character. Whether you send a text, a mock email, or a letter, chit-chatting with your character about life an be a good practice. What would you say if you met your protag? Plus, this post is full of promts.
Give God the glory.
Steampunk: Every Writer’s Opportunity
You’ve read that post. But you don’t know anything more. What is steampunk? How can you make a world of it? Where does it take place? When? Who lives there and uses the technology? What really is the technology? What does technology mean?
All of that except for the last question is answered in this post.
Greetings, ladies and gents. It is I, Harry, and I am here with more writing news. Of course you all have seen that I have been focusing on card tricks […]
“YOUR MASTER’S IN THE BATHROOM!!!”
Loyalty is a good thing in animals…to a certain extent. If it comes to being willing to die, so be it. But to kill, well, that’s another story. Read this hilarious writing sample by me that takes place in Avengard, the mother country of the place where Bayonet takes place.
Hours of work is completed in this new writing tip! This is on one of the most difficult subjects in writing: getting ideas. This post comes with a detailed three-stepped tutorial on it that’s both easy and fun, plus a writing sample that I made while doing this for myself! Have fun!
Characters are plot. If Jimmy wasn’t so short, he might have been able to reach the cookies without the ladder. So the way I see it, the deeper the character, the deeper the plot.
Character depth is important. Quirks, attitudes, and backstories pile stratum after stratum of deepness on them. This post covers all three in deep ways of their own, complete with my thoughts.
Setting is half of the plot in a story. But the thing is, writers are running out of them. Medieval fantasy, sci-fi, and more recently dystopia have all been packed with authors fighting to be unique, but more and more it’s not working. What’s left?
Hear my thoughts on one of the last choices for authors. Grab a ticket to steampunk while there are still seats left.