I was going to do another WIP Wednesday post, seeing as it’s that day of the week, but nothing has really changed since last Wednesday other than me getting a bunch of words written.
Tag Archives: book
I’d like you all to take a moment to thank Alexis Ames for continuing her discussions on social media about her negative opinion on prologues. I respectfully disagree with her that they are completely unnecessary, but I see her point (kind of).
This blog piece are my views on prologues. If you want Alexis’s point of view on the subject, you’ll have to ask her.
I’m not gonna blow smoke up your ass. I didn’t make any New Year’s resolutions. Why would I bother? I almost always end up breaking them. So I want to lose weight. OK. I want to be a better person. Do I really? I want to repair my broken relationships. Sure, buddy.
For now, I’ll focus on what I can actually accomplish.
When you decide a WIP is done, is it really done? That’s probably a question geared more toward the writers who follow me, but feel free to answer either way.
“I finished my first draft!” he shouts toward the ocean from some beach in a small oceanside town in Connecticut. “Kai the Swordsman is finally done!”
Or: A Tale of Trolling
Today demands I write something new, something fresh to me. I’m not stalled on my current WIP (Kai the Swordsman), but something is telling me to take a step back, even if it’s a small one.