Hey, squiders, I appreciate you guys coming along with me while I work on my nonfiction books here on the blog. It’s been really beneficial for me, and I hope it’s been beneficial for you as well! I’m pondering when
Good morning, squiders! Back to ideas for today, and then I may leave the rest of the subject for the book and accompanying workbook and move on to something else. Today we’ll talk about how to take your inkling of
Did you read this, squiders? If not, don’t. I’m not sure I’ve ever read a more confusing piece of literature in my life. Continuing on from Yearwood, we follow Finn (or do we?) as he learns more about who he
First off, squiders, I know that I originally scheduled our discussion of Undersea, the second book in the Finnbranch trilogy, for today, but I’m going to move it to Thursday, both because I’m not quite done with the book (which
The world is a fascinating place, Squiders. Every bit of it has its own traditions, its own stories. This can include everything from the urban legends of your hometown to the intricate mythologies to a country halfway around the globe.
First of all, squiders, I want to let you know about this site called Fighter’s Block. Along with sites like Write or Die or Written Kitten, it adds in a little twist to offer some motivation for writing. In this
Good afternoon, squiders. Today, in our search for inspiration, we’re going to talk about research. This is exactly what it sounds like–you need to know something (or know more about something) for a story, and so you research it. This
Good morning, squiders! It’s Wednesday, so I suppose we should get to work for the week. Today, continuing on with our inspiration theme, we’re going to talk about an endless font of ideas: other people. There’s a reason ‘people watching’