Just a funny anecdote about finishing things and my two favourite words in the English language to type: the end.
Tag: The Tower Project
Revising: Big Mistakes and Big Lessons
I finally reached my goal for draft one this month, with a little over 70,000 words. With draft one in the bag, where does that leave me?
When the Greatest Barrier is Me
Nanowrimo has come to a close, how did you do? I’m reflecting today on my writing goals including the biggest barrier I’m currently facing in finishing #TheTowerProjectWIP
Character Aesthetics: Margot
You’ve already met Thomas, the main character from my current WIP (The Tower Project). I thought I would spend a little time introducing some of my other characters over the next couple weeks. Today, allow me to introduce Margot Powell. Margot’s look was inspired by a picture of St. Vincent (Annie Clark), who I’ve since […]
Character Aesthetics: Thomas
Sometimes when I’m stuck I need to get away from the word processor and be creative in another way. Lately, I’ve been making character mood boards or aesthetics!
Time to turn out your protags pockets, tell me what they’re carrying in the comments!
For as long as I’ve been writing, I’ve been hearing about the importance of having ‘a writing practice’. What the heck does that mean? In short, creating a set of habits that help you put pen to page.
My Writing Notebook
Exciting news to share: in March I started working on a new writing project! Inspired by the writing roadmap lined out by The Novel Factory, I began the process of writing a novel in one year. The flexibility of the timeline mixed with carefully plotted deadlines really appealed to me. I also attended a panel […]