Hello all, and welcome to 2018! Did everyone have a nice New Years? This week I'm getting my New Years resolutions written up in a workable list to follow and I will be sharing it on Thursday, but in the mean time. I have been tagged yet again by Alison Haines to do a writer tag … Continue reading Midweek 12: LadyWulff’s Character Interview
Sorry for the delay in this week's blog. I've been dealing with some pain since Christmas, and it's been hard to function. So in honor of the New Year, I'm happy to announce that December 30, is the current day in TS:Dragons on Skye! This has never happened before where I've been writing about the … Continue reading Week 11: Special Excerpt!
Before I start I just realized that today, the first day of winter, is the day that Irwin officially came into the story. It was a wonderfully tragic scene but it ultimately became one of my favorite scenes in the whole series. The Foreshadowed Character Ahh, book four, I worked tirelessly to outline TS:Nova's Love, … Continue reading Week 10: My Christmas Child-Character Sketch IRWIN
The last five months have been crazy, I've already gone on about the goals that I've met in the last five months, from raising the money for publishing, finding an editor, and building a small writer platform, and it shocks me to realize 2017 is coming to a close! Last fall I set goals for … Continue reading Week 8: Stricken by Christmas! TAG
I have been tagged by Alison Haines on twitter https://twitter.com/AuthorAlisonH to do a 20 Questions Writer Tag and I'm super excited! Thank you so much for tagging me, Alison! 1. What type of writing do you do? I write young adult and new adult fiction for a long running book series, The Shadows 2. What genres and/or … Continue reading Mid Week 7: Writer Tag
With Thanksgiving tomorrow on my regular posting day, this week, instead of skipping a week, I decided to post early! The Holidays are always crazy for me, but I'm not going to skip on writing! I'll be doing my regular December challenge, something I've been doing for several years now, and my goal is to … Continue reading Week 6: The Trek-Outlining is Essential!
Generally, I would say the self-insert is a big-no-no for serious writers, but I started writing FH when I was thirteen, at the height of my fanfiction craze so naturally I gave myself a self-insert. The sneakier, wackier, hotter, and more unpredictable version of myself with dark hair and big boobs, she was everything I … Continue reading Week 5: The Self Insert
Exciting Times! I wanted to announce a new series of blogs ahead. In addition to my fun little recipes and movie reviews I'd like to provide five character studies for my main characters! But first a little update! A lot of things have happened last week! I spent all of last weekend drawing these five … Continue reading Week 3: BIG NEWS! + Character Sketch
This story, is not a cancer story. It doesn’t chronical the beautiful and tragic last days of a cancer patient. This story isn’t about her, it isn’t about a monster either. It’s about the Truth.
In this Tutorial I am going to show you in detail areas that are essential for creating a good Original Character, that is Unique and unlikely to be stolen or framed for plagiarism. We've all seen those deviation of character sheet which shows the OC in a awesome pose then lays out all this information … Continue reading How to Build a Solid Original Character