The book is always better than the movie, right? But there are certain things that we as writers can learn from films. Movies can only hold the attention of an audience for a couple of hours, so every second counts. When it comes to our novels, we need to make every word count. [Read more…] about Movie Script Tips For Novel Writing
Archives for August 2013
If you’ve never attended a writer’s conference or festival, you’re missing out. Not only are they a great way to learn, it’s also an avenue to connect with other writers, readers, agents, and editors.
Last week, I attended a local conference and thought I’d share a list of ways to help you prepare for your next writing mixer. [Read more…] about A Guide To Writing Conferences
Hello everyone! For my post this week, I’m sharing a link to a guest post I did. Check out the link below.
Sorry I’ve been MIA lately. I’ve recently bought a new house and decided at the last minute that I couldn’t live with sandy mustard colored walls. Four days, three people, and nine gallons of paint later, I’m finally done.
Needless to say, I’ve been pressed for time, so this week I’d like invite you to check out my guest post for Devin Berglund. Check out What To Do When Entering Writing Contests.
Devin is a writer, dreamer, wanderer & all-time enjoyer of life. She loves crafting stories that change lives. She recently finished her first book The Mason of Hearts. It is the first in a Fantasy Adventure trilogy. She is also working toward agent representation.
Good luck Devin!