Three outstanding posts by writers for writers
The internet can be distracting. I often feel like Alice slip-sliding through the rainbow-colored world of the internet when I should be writing. But, sometimes, it’s good to drink from others’ Kool-aid. Especially, if it gives you some great ideas like these posts below written by writers for writers.
I hope you enjoy them as much as I did!
“Enough,” by Kathie at cast-light.com. This post is about taking time to rest and honor ourselves. With all the recent stressors in my life, I needed to read this.
“Assess your novel as a screenplay,” by R.P. Kraul at rpkraul.com. A great idea. Even if I don’t go through the entire process of turning my book into a screenplay, I can think about the differences it might create in my manuscript if I did.
“Prayer–or Plan?” by Denise Shekerjian at www.soulofaword.com. Do you plan your story before writing? This post gave me some good reasons why I’m going to spend more time planning my next book.