When writing a novel, the fastest way to inconsistency is to lose track of your timeline. For some stories, the timeline can be simple, flowing in chronological order from a single character’s point of view. But for others, it can get mighty complicated. Think about all the interweaving threads of
On the most recent episode of the Writing Bloc Podcast, hosts Christopher Lee and Jacqui Castle continue their conversation on world-building, this time with featured award-winning fantasy authors Maximian Held and Joshua Robertson.
Just had the pleasure of being on an episode of the @Writing_Bloc #podcast with @JCastleWrites, @ChristLeeEich, and
When I first sat down to write this review, I pulled out my laptop. I know, I know. What was I thinking? But, habits are hard things to drop, which is why we all need a bit of help sometimes.
Luckily, I realized my mistake and quickly closed the laptop
Well, I'm a sucker for new toys, particularly when it comes to my writing craft. Anything that can help me wrangle the herd of cats within my wild imagination is a plus, especially when it comes to story structure. That is why when I came across the trail of Fictionary,
Searching for an app that inspires and stimulates your creative flow? Writerly might be just what you’re looking for.
We all need an editor. Sure, asking friends or family can help, but sometimes you need an impartial set of eyes to look over your work. Having someone else to catch those simple errors or mistakes in flow is necessary for any writer. Many apps have arrived online over the
Writing and editing are two different things.
Writing itself should be a simple task. All you have to do is put one word after the other, form sentences, form ideas, and make everything you've done come together into one great work that is sure to express your heart and soul exactly