I’ve gotten the “How the heck do you write an entire book anyway?” question a lot lately, so I figured I’d answer it here, too. And let me just preface this with the disclaimer that this is just my process. Everyone writes a book differently. There are people who can churn out near [...]
I’ve been re-reading Stephen King’s On Writing this week because, well, it’s been a while since I last read it and because it’s my favorite book on the subject. I’d forgotten how many gems were in it. This is perhaps my favorite piece of writing advice ever:
Once I start work on a project, [...]
So. Remember how I made a goal to have a finished draft of the new WIP completed by July 1? Ummm … yeah. About that.
I’m right around the halfway mark on it, and things have felt a bit off for a couple weeks now. I blamed fatigue caused by a hectic schedule, I [...]
I often wonder how many trees have died for the sake of my writing career. In the case of FOUR STONES, the answer is this many:
I really have no idea why I’m keeping all of those drafts in hard copy. I really should recycle them. Or I should [...]