Here are the topics we’ll be discussing in today’s post: Character Development, Keeping Character Voices Distinct, How to Manage Multiple/Differing Point of Views.
Every author has a different method they follow for their pre-writing process. There are those of us that love our detailed outlines, those of us that love to write by the seat of our pants (hence the name “Pantser”), and those of us that like to be caught in between, where maybe an outline gets written but there’s not a lot of detail so the imagination can take flight…
When coming up with the topics for this blog event, I was asked to share about my outlining methods. It’s a wonderful topic, but I’ll admit that at first I felt pretty confused. How would I go about discussing my outlining methods? Did I even have methods? And the more I thought about what goes into my outlining process, the more I realized that my outlining methods encompass more than just the outline for my story…
A Flash Fiction piece I was inspired to write a couple weeks ago.
Brief Book Review on the first half of the Harry Potter series, written by J.K. Rowling.
Title: Star Girl
Rating: 4 of 5 Converse
Title: Sad Cypress
Rating: 4/5 Magnifying Glasses
WARNING: Contains Mild Spoilers in Summary of Book
Rating: 3 of 5 Converse
WARNING: Contains Spoilers
Rating: 5 of 5 Brains
WARNING: Contains Brief Spoilers
Before I launch into my every-other-week book reviews, I thought it would be neat to do a get-to-know-you post…