It’s time for another post as a Resident Writing Coach over at Writers Helping Writers, where we’re digging into how story structure problems can cause surprising issues.
Need more obstacles for your story and characters? Here’s how to easily make obstacles stronger, especially for our Black Moment.
It’s that time of year again. For my eleven-year blogiversary on July 12th, don’t miss this special celebration — with prizes for you!
I’ve partnered up with Writers Helping Writers to bring you a PRIZE-PACKED Advent Calendar for Writers—and you could win one of my workshops!Pin It
What should trigger our story’s Black Moment? Let’s take a deeper look at the role this turning point plays with our story and our character.Pin It
As we develop a story idea, how do we know if all the pieces fit together? Guest Jael R. Bakari is sharing her process for keeping track of all the details.Pin It
Eventually, every writer will need an organizational system, but many of us struggle to find one that works for us. Here are a few insights and resources.Pin It
How can we create powerful relationships in our stories? Check out Angela Ackerman’s insights and examples for crafting characters.Pin It
It’s that time of year again. My ten-year blogiversary is coming up on July 12th. Don’t miss this special celebration — with prizes for you!Pin It
To increase reader satisfaction, we want to give our story meaning. How can we use foreshadowing to make our story feel purposeful and meaningful?Pin It