The last time I made a post here, I set myself a goal of writing a chunk of this every week. It was probably foolish to start right before the holidays and a vacation, but I figured I’d find time, that finding time would be part of the fun.
Best laid plans, right? Continue reading “Taste Your Food”
This is the first stage of The Lester Dent Pulp Paper Master Fiction Plot, a template which I urge you to read before reading this post. It’s a real delight, both as a writers’ guideline and as a historical document (one that calls stories “yarns” and writers “pulpateers”).
Continue reading “Master Plot 1—Here’s How it Starts”
Here’s an important fact about me: I stink at storytelling.
I don’t struggle to write. When I have an ongoing project, I write every day. Maybe not the NaNoWriMo-approved 1,667 words, and sometimes not even the Chuck Wendig-approved 350, but I get some words on the screen. I’ve worked hard to cultivate that “thinking comes later” attitude that Luke mentions in his comment on Madeline’s Play 002 post. Continue reading “It’s a Bit Formulaic, Wouldn’t You Say?”