Vonnegut Story Shapes

February 20, 2014 0

Kurt Vonnegut had graphs in mind to explain the shapes that stories take. These are just a few of them. by mayaeilam. Explore more infographics […]

Alan Moore on Writing

February 10, 2014 0

I totally agree. This is why I try different things. I am always trying to learn new approaches and techniques. My novels are in part […]

Write What You Know

June 28, 2012 0

What he’s basically saying is write what you personally feel and know or believe so your fiction is a personal expression. What they call a […]

A new Hudnall Interview

April 24, 2012 0

I just did an interview with a new site dedicated to helping writers learn their craft. The interview is in a podcast. More will be […]

My Amazon Author's Page

February 7, 2012 0

I created an author’s page on Amazon has a lot of my work is being made available on Kindle and iPads now. You can find […]

Conservative Values in Fiction

May 1, 2011 0

Novelist/Pundit Andrew Klavan gives a great speech about the use of Western Values in fiction well worth your time if you are interested in writing. […]

Site of the Day

January 6, 2011 0

TV Tropes: Discusses the cliches and overused ideas of television. This article is on Perfect Crimes and lists examples.

Writing Fundamentals Part 3

August 1, 2010 1

Here is the final part of my Comic Con writing seminar recap. Three acts, what are they? The structure that best serves the average story […]

Writing Fundamentals Part 2

July 30, 2010 0

Your protagonists want/fear something, whether they know it or not As we discussed in part one, your characters are driven by desires or fears. The […]

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