Hello SErs. Harmony here. Today, I have a question for you >>> How do you write what you can't know? Or, more to the point, how do you write it convincingly? My current WIP is set aboard an interstellar spaceship hurtling through outer space. In this kind of situation, I cannot possibly stick to the … Continue reading How Do You Write What You Can’t Know?
Hi gang, Craig with you again today. I’ve been pondering word counts lately. There are multiple reasons, both personally and from a marketing standpoint. On a personal basis, I tend to write short. This stems from my professional background where concise is important. I have more room in fiction, and I’m slowly getting there. Part … Continue reading The long and short of it
Hello SErs! Harmony here 🙂 While today's topic might, at first glance, seem basic and obvious, it has more to it than what shows on the surface. For certain, when I wrote my first book, I didn't think about paragraph structure or use at all. I just wrote. And then my learning curve began. In … Continue reading How to Use a Paragraph
Hello SErs. Harmony here. While P H Solomon is our resident expert on all things Scrivener, today I'd like to share a tool that I came across earlier this year, and it has made such a difference to me. ... Also, it stops my work area looking like the the picture to the left! LOL. … Continue reading How to Set Project Targets in Scrivener
Hi Gang, Craig with you again. We’ve spent some time talking about character arc in the past year. My last three posts were about The Hero’s Journey, also known as the Writing Monomyth. I’m not quite ready to drop that yet. In the video game world, sometimes the developers offer expansion packs. These provide an … Continue reading Expansion Pack: Fairytales