Tag Archives: storytelling

cultural shifts and speculative fiction

So I’m aware that I released a book and basically disappeared for four months. Does it help if I had a good reason? A cute reason, actually. Cuteness aside, I’ve had a lot of topics swirling about in my mind … Continue reading

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a world-building anecdote

food is weird. picture it: we take a seeds from a plant, a grass specifically, and hang them upside down for weeks. once properly dried, we separate them from pods so the individual seeds are loose. then, we expose those … Continue reading

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find your why

If you’re looking for some encouragement before NaNoWriMo, I’ve got it!¬†find your why.

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story prep workshop

story prep workshop. links for nanowrimo; hurray nanowrimo is coming, 17 days left! woo-hoo! can’t wait, yay yay yippee. well, maybe i did have a little too much coffee today. but you get the idea–get ready for nano with these … Continue reading

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prep your story

prep your story. Today on PeoWriMos, I talk about first plot points and how to not be afraid of them.

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emotion, experience, empathy

emotion, experience, empathy. On the PeoWriMos blog, I share some thoughts about how fiction gets us through the day.

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candy bar scenes

candy bar scenes. on my writers’ group blog, I talk about Holly Lisle’s great writing advice.

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