Oh my word! Guys! I just finished outlining the fiftieth scene of Warfare Book I! My entire scene outline is 27k! 😱 AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH! For each scene, I had to be aware of sixty questions. 60 x 50 = 3,000. And in ten days, I finished every single scene. I literally thought I wasn't going to be able to finish [...]
Writer's block used to kick my butt like nobody's business, pushing me into complacency so much so I'd have no idea what to write for months. And now writer's block is getting its butt kicked by me like nobody's business! >:) It's so surprisingly easy with these three methods ... Continue reading!
I had a lot of fun this morning. It was great. I felt deathy and nauseous, but it was great. Continue reading
NaNo is just around the corner. And if your family or relatives are anything like mine, they're going to ask what you've been up to recently when you visit some for Thanksgiving. And if you love writing just as much as I do (hah, who am I kidding. Not possible!), you'll most likely respond with "I've [...]
It was four AM in the morning when it happened: Madison Lorfing, in ultimate misery and despair, opened her mouth and wailed at the top of her lungs. This Wail of Despair most likely made its way into her family's dreams and caused them horrific nightmares. But you see, Madison Lorfing isn't a quitter. She may [...]
Ever since November of 2016, I've had it in my heart to do NaNoWriMo. At first, I doubted my ability to write 50k in a month—but after soaring through both April and July Camp NaNos this year with over-achieved goals and even hitting 100k in July's Camp, I grew more and more excited for this famed month of [...]
Sorry. I dunno what's up with the title. I just jump at the chance to make things as dramatic as possible. No excuse for me. I've actually been back since the fourteenth but am only now making a post! Very typical of me. I just like defying common sense sometimes. Nah, I've been busily working [...]
Yep, another review. XD I finished Structuring Your Novel by K.M. Weiland about an hour ago. (Back-to-back reviews -- yes, I know. Bear with me, friends. I've got this whole crash course on how to properly-plot-and-structure-and-outline-a-novel thing going on this month in the midst of planning much-too-big-for-me-to-handle-but-I'm-doing-them-anyway things for my doll collecting website. 😬) If you haven't seen my [...]