Today at The Blood-Red Pencil, I present another of my Writing in 140 commentaries, “Situating Oneself in the Publishdom.” Check it out, leave comments, and share it with others! Here’s a link. Be on your way!
Where do you see your writing self in 5 years? 10? Check out my latest post on BLOOD-RED PENCIL “Seeing Down Writing Journey’s Road” and answer this question and more for yourself! Check it out here, and leave comments! The Blood-Red Pencil Sharp and pointed observations about good writing [http://bloodredpencil.blogspot.com]
Most people know how I feel about writers needing to read–today at The Blood-Red Pencil, in another Writing in 140 commentary “Writers Read,” I offer a few quick reasons why we need to be flipping pages and reading books (that aren’t our own). Check it out here, and leave comments! The Blood-Red Pencil Sharp and […]
Description in storytelling is one of those things that can make a story sing or make a story sink. In my latest Blood-Red Pencil post, “Writing in 140: Organic Description,” I talk about the importance of weaving description into your story instead of clumping long passages of description into a work, thus slowing the pace […]
At The Blood-Red Pencil, I’m back with my latest Writing in 140 blog post; this time, I’m looking at SPACES, specifically the spaces you write in. Come read about where I do my best writing and share with us where you like to make your characters come to life! Here’s the [LINK] directly to the […]
At The Blood-Red Pencil, I’m back with my latest Writing in 140 blog post; this time, I dredge up a character who is often cast as the antagonist in your quest to write: the internal editor. In 140 words (or less), I argue why the IE is actually the writer’s friend. Come read my advice […]
At The Blood-Red Pencil, I’m back with my latest Writing in 140 blog post; this time, I’m talking about using images to help spark story ideas. Come read what I have to say on the subject, then leave a comment, letting us know if you use pictures for your writing endeavors, and if so, HOW […]