A lot of people never finish NaNoWriMo. They hit the hump, and don’t know what to do.
Knowledge? Bet you’re wondering what I’m talking about 🙂
First I’m going to quote a Billy Joel song:
I’ve been stranded in the combat zone
I walked through Bedford Stuy alone
Even rode my motorcycle in the rain
And you told me not to drive
But I made it home alive
So you said that only proves that I’m insane
Now you’re probably really wondering where I’m going. I do have a point though…
Someone posted a question about Outlining on Facebook. I answered them, and then realized that other people may want to know how to do it too, so….
Was in Haileybury yesterday, and had my camera with me. The boat above is supposed to have been the boat owned by Leslie McFarlane, who wrote the early Hardy Boys novels. He spent a good part of his youth living near my home, and one of his early jobs was reporter on the local newspaper, the Cobalt Daily Nugget for the princely sum of $8.00 per week.
The point? Anyone can be a writer. Even someone from a small town in the far north.
Leslie McFarlane is a local hero.
Sunday September 28, 2014
Thinking about what you are doing, is important. It doesn’t matter whether you fly by the seat of your pants, or plot like a maniac, knowing what you are doing matters. Take Point of View…
Besides writing, there are lots of other things involved with writing…
My apologies for the delay. I’ve been somewhat distracted by the start of spring. Yes, our snow is finally melting 🙂
This is my dogs, in the backyard one week ago.
They were having a great time!
Back to writing…
Someone pointed out to me that I didn’t have links to all of the “Just Another Writing Book” articles. Oops. So here they are:
The second part of Chapter 2 will be posted tomorrow, assuming I get this short story I’m writing finished 🙂
Monday March 31, 2014
Everyone has their favourite tools. Some are so enamoured of their particular tool that you can never get them to stop talking about it…