In this post we share another post by Catharine Bramkamp on “Nanowrimo Prep and Scrivener Sneak Peek.” You can also watch Catharine talk about these tips and chat about how to use Scrivener in...
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A short history to celebrate the Nobel Prize winning poet TS Eliot and the genesis of his modernist poem, “The Waste Land.”
Catharine Bramkamp asks: are afraid of finishing your book; how writing can get lost amongst other priorities; and what to do about it.
A well crafted story contains universal truths that resonate across cultures and across time. Is that why they get banned?
Hoarding, as a character flaw, creates characters with depth and you can find inspiration for this in the world all around you.
With the flip of a card Tarot and Oracle cards offer thematic, character and plot ideas to authors who find themselves needing inspiration.
The way we organize our books can reveal a lot; do we organize to fit a trend, prepare for research, or simply for asthetic appeal?
Being busy is often honored, revered and complimented, but busy-ness often results in poor productivity, mistakes, and overwhelm.
Distractions pull our attention away, but they don’t have to. We can learn how to use them to focus and improve our writing.
Story isn’t just a way to entertain. It may be the best way to deliver your message. A well crafted tale can change the world.