Writer's Fun Zone by Beth Barany
Catherine Bramkamp explains what she means by “reading to write” by sharing some entries from her reading journal with us.
Sometimes you just feel like a work in prog-mess, and that’s okay! LA Bourgeois reassures us we can’t all be perfect all the time.
Intuitive Editing Your Fiction with Beth Barany, How To Write the Future podcast, episode 68 “I’m going to show you how I edit my own work and make sure that my world-building is grounded...
Alberto Moreno explains some ways in which our writing may become compromised or insecure and many ways to fix that situation.
Kelley Way describes some estate planning horror stories. How does such a process go wrong and how can we avoid it in our future?
Jasper Ezekiel shares some tips on getting into character. Be careful, some might seem a little silly, but try giving them all a shot!
Do you know how important the rule of three is in fiction writing? Laurel Osterkamp shares some important rules of three in writing.
On the Creative Mindset with Beth Barany, How To Write the Future podcast, episode 68 “The other thing that I do is I doodle. I’ve been doodling my whole life. Raise your hand if...
Linnea Gradin shows how to get the most out of Preptober – the month before NaNoWriMo that’s spent prepping your soon to be novel.
Today Jasper Ezekiel answers some questions about the value of NaNoWriMo, like, why would I do NaNoWriMo in the first place?
Inspiration for the Janey McCallister Mystery series – How To Write the Future podcast, episode 67 “So space elevators really sparked my imagination and are one of the underpinnings or infrastructure of my world.”...
Here are some resources for you to craft great villains to write a compelling story, drawn from the Writer’s Fun Zone blog. Craft Great Villains How Do You Develop a Villain? Developing Your Characters...
Jasper Ezekiel talks about what to do when there’s a gap in your world building – and why that might actually be a good thing after all.
Using other people’s content in your marketing might seem like it’d be the easy way out, but it might be more trouble than it’s worth.