January of 1968 was a very traumatic month in my life and one that I will never forget. Continue reading ““January 1968” by Linda Barnette”
When writing on topics that are “out there”, consider a normal topic and step sideways. Continue reading ““Musings on Science Fiction and Fantasy” by N. R. Tucker”
Why is it important to compile family history? Continue reading ““Keep Yourself from Disappearing” by Marie Craig”
As you write a villain, don’t slap a villain label on the character and move on. Why is your bad guy, we’ll call him BG, a villain? Continue reading ““So You’ve Named Your Villain, Now What?” by N. R. Tucker”
Notes on recording family history.
Once you have the first draft of your novel and you’re pleased with the plot, it’s time to prepare it for others. Review Writing the First Draft of a Novel if you’re having problems finishing your first draft.
Now is the time to clean your creation up and prepare to share it with the world. Continue reading ““So You’ve Finished Your First Draft… Now What?” by N. R. Tucker “