For those just joining me, I started going through the Writing Excuses Master Class several weeks ago. I haven't posted every entry of homework and the like, so this week's post jumps forward into story structure. I've done this because, well, who wants to see every bit of someone else's homework? And because I would … Continue reading WE Master Class – What’s the Point of This Anyway?
For the last several weeks I've been undergoing the Writing Excuses Master Class put out a couple years ago. If you're not familiar with the folks at Writing Excuses, I highly recommend them. They don't require a ton of your time (15 minutes long, though it does sometimes stretch to 20) and even if they … Continue reading Interesting Characters – WE Master Class
Two weeks ago I mentioned the Writing Excuses Master Class put out a few years back. This is a free class that you can access via audio or transcript on the Writing Excuses website and I recommend it to anyone and everyone who enjoys the writing process. Moving along in the course, I have my … Continue reading Character Auditions – WE Master Class Blog
A few years back Writing Excuses put out a series on their podcast that they titled their Master Class. At the time I was a single parent working full time and going to school and didn't have the extra space in my life to fully commit to the program. But that's changed! And because the … Continue reading Master Class in Writing
I've been a long-time fan of the Writing Excuses Podcast. I've listened to everything they've put up to date and was completely excited when I learned they were making this year into a sort of "writing class" format. If you haven't listened to them and you are an author, aspiring author, writer, whatever-title-you-give-yourself then I … Continue reading Auditioning Characters – Experiments with the Writing Excuses Class
Persona is almost finished. In fact, I've got approximately two chapters left to write. This is three chapters more than I had outlined, but something happened near the end that surprised me and, now that I look at it, really makes sense for the story. It's always fun when things work out this way. It means my … Continue reading Writing the Unpopular
I've been a fan of Writing Excuses for a long time now. I promised myself that I would start to read all of the books from the authors who put out Writing Excuses since they take the time out of their busy schedules to put out this podcast for free. I started with Brandon Sanderson … Continue reading Book Review : Shades of Milk and Honey by Mary Robinette Kowal
I am lucky enough to have a day job that allows me to listen to my iPod 95% of the day. While I love my music and my audible books, I have found the resource of podcasts to be invaluable. Most of them are free and they are full of educational goodness in an entertaining … Continue reading Podcasts