Who are your readers? This question has plagued me as a writer. First, it asks me to define my writing by a narrower scope than genre. I'm not just writing another YA fantasy, or Adult epic Sci-Fi, or a Middle Grade Adventure. I'm writing a multidimensional transcendent piece that defies all norms! My book baby... Continue Reading →
https://youtu.be/fWyTO3K5wU0 https://youtu.be/j90ldqhxYUE PDF of Secrets of the World Class: http://team-hero.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/177%20Mental%20Toughness%20Secrets%20of%20the%20World%20Class%20-%20Steve%20Siebold.pdf WOOP talk by Gabrielle Oettingen: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7mobxikaYgU
https://youtu.be/i9mWI4nnGoA Some authors like to make in-depth character description sheets. Here's how you can use them! If you need more obstacles and conflict in your story, present your characters with their disliked items. Have their hobbies and interests fail them. We often think that adding obstacles to our stories means outside influences. Don't forget to... Continue Reading →
UPDATE: I pulled the guide from smashwords because the formatting had too many errors. I am releasing it on Amazon in paperback, because it looks nice there. It's full color, but not full 8X11. It's a smaller size pocket guide. Are you a writer who gives yourself excuse after excuse for not finishing that story... Continue Reading →
Set rules and break them, but before you do, have your reader on the edge of their seat, knowing the rules will be broken and waiting to see the fallout when it happens. https://youtu.be/ktcr-K9uzos
Don't know what to write? Cursor staring you in the face? Dr. Seuss has you covered. https://youtu.be/FQ1LlXR-lu0 For more videos, click on 'videos' category to the right.