Tag Archives: motivation

A Story Is Driven By Characters, Not Plot

A story is driven by characters, not plot. I agree. Many writers and literary experts agree. I’m not so sure it’s always reflected in book popularity, sales, and reviews, though. What do you think? Let me know in the comments. … Continue reading

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Reverse Psychology: The Threat of Housework to Kick-Start a Muse with Attitude

Snippets of an Author’s Life: Post 2 It’s insane. I wrote two full blog article drafts and half of a third for two different series in an hour (a record, to be sure) when I should have been somewhere else … Continue reading

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Time to Kick Some Butt — Mine

Snippets of an Author’s Life: Post 1 It’s July, so the starting date has arrived. There’s no more room for excuses. I’ve been preparing for months for this moment. It’s time to face the hardest writing job I’ve had to … Continue reading

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