Happy Friday everybody! Hope you have a great weekend! Maybe you should try to set up some good writing goals today before taking off for the weekend. Yesterday's post can definitely help you with that.
They say you're supposed to write what you know. If Jon Snow were a writer he'd write nothing... because "you know nothing, Jon Snow." Terrible jokes aside, I hope you all have a great weekend! Writing what you know is a great way to start, but don't limit yourself to that. Reach into the beyond, … Continue reading Friday Fun – Write What You Know
What is the world coming to??? Bookstores are going the way of Blockbuster, and this is what happens. I can only see the English Lit. classes of the future... "Okay kids. Last night J.K. Rowling tweeted the first sentence of her newest Twook (Twitter book). Let's discuss. What does it mean?"
Snoopy, you’re thinking about it too much. You’ll never get published at this rate. The right words are very important, but get the idea down on paper first. I think you’ll be much happier with the work you’ve done... if you’ve actually done some work. As for last week’s post, nobody submitted. It seems that … Continue reading Friday Fun – The Perfect Word
This week for Friday Fun, I'm going to let you tell me the jokes for once! They better be at least, if not more, funny than mine. It's "Calvin and Hobbes," so really this should be a piece of cake. If it's creative enough, I'll post the one I like the most next week! This … Continue reading Friday Fun – Fill In The Blanks
If you're looking for a great idea for a time travel script... don't use one like this! Or do, and then travel into the past and tell yourself how that worked out.
There's a brilliant tactic here to take control of your writer's block. If you don't work, you'll never get it!...
When you've crushed the writer's block and you've got that work flow going don't stop. Clear the distractions from your mind, and if they come your way just think, "what would Dilbert do?"
Some say you need to wait for inspiration, but that just isn’t true. That’s a procrastinators way of putting off their dreams. To find inspiration you need to seek it. That’s the quickest and surest way to get it.
We all run out of good ideas at some point! If you're having generating them, I wrote a fun post on how you can get your next big idea yesterday: How I Get My Story Ideas It's not as hard as people make it out to be, but it can feel terrible when you feel like … Continue reading Friday Fun – Out Of Ideas