Hi, SE friends! Mae here with you today. Thanks for joining me as I piggyback on the posts Staci Troilo has been sharing about creating a story bible. Be sure to check out Staci’s post on How to Create a Story Bible, The Series Premise, and Character Sheets. There will be more in her series … Continue reading An Example for Building Your Story Bible
Happy May Day, SEers! In a bit of happy kismet, it's Mae with you today. 🙂 Let's talk about the moldy old stories you have tucked away. What do you do with the draft that refuses to settle into a niche? Resurrect it in a new form, or toss it onto the pyre of works … Continue reading The Problem WIP: Phoenix or Pyre?
Hi, SEers! Mae here today with something for you to ponder. During the course of life, there are many mind-boggling questions that cross our paths. Which came first—the chicken or the egg? If a tree falls in the forest and no one is there to hear it, does it make a sound? What happens when … Continue reading Friday Writing Question: Draft or Edit
When it comes to social media, we all have platforms we like and others we tolerate—the latter because we feel a need to be there. Several months ago I abandoned Facebook, a platform I only tolerated. Since then, I’ve been trying to be more selective where I spend my time, and also, to use that … Continue reading Writers, are you using Twitter hashtags for engagement?
Hi, SEers! Mae here to talk about cooking and writing. At first glance these two things may seem to have little in common, but after applying some thought, I began to recognize a pattern. The again, it may have nothing to do with the practice itself, and everything thing to do with the cook/author. I’m … Continue reading Cooking, Writing, Scribbling–It’s all good