I've used a couple different word processors for novel writing over the years. They all have some distinct advantages and disadvantages, and I decided to take a look at some of those today.
As a kid, I had a ton of imaginary friends. As an adult, I still make up people in my head. Now I just call them characters.
I wrote a novel during high school, and now I don't know how to respond when people ask me about it.
In the first of my Writing Wednesday posts, I discuss the three traits that all writers need in order to be good writers.
Stage fright is a scary thing, but as a writer, I've found page fright to be much worse.
I "won" Camp NaNoWriMo yesterday, even though I only wrote 30k words. Which begs the question: what does "winning" NaNo even mean?
The weather may be getting warmer, but Camp NaNoWriMo's got me down. Here's to the last 9 days.