Make your setting a character.
Here's a list of 7 books that have influenced my writing in terms of voice and tone, and have taught me how use the setting as a major character, the plot as a dreamy wonderland, and the characters as beautiful creatures that are so flawed, they're perfect.
I'm working on a new book and want YOUR feedback! Each week, I'll post a new chapter, and want you to provide your thoughts, opinions, feeling, and feedback on the chapter.
Descriptions make or break writing.
Becoming a bestseller would be many an author's greatest fantasy. But, is there a formula?
2020 is the first time I'm participating in Popsugar's Reading Challenge. This is such a great list! Some of these books are ones on my TBR list, but some I've never heard of before, which is exciting!
I am beyond impressed by this piece! You've improved so much, it's like a different writer!
Book Review : 5 stars The Emotional Wound Thesaurus This book is phenomenal. Not only does it provide pages of different emotional wounds and their elements, but it gives you psychological feel to all of them. I noted a number of wounds that I was already building up in a character I'm writing about, but … Continue reading Book Review: The Emotional Wound Thesaurus – Angela Ackerman
Over the past few years, I've read/studied a number of books on the craft of writing, everything from tension & conflict, to character development, to the 3-part story arc. Here's a list of the best books I've read on how to develop and hone your writing.
(but it's not published...yet!) Mistlyn is published in full on Wattpad.com and I've entered it into Wattys 2019 awards! The only way thirteen-year-old Mistlyn can bring her dead village back to life is by going with a conniving Jinn to the world of the dead, the Realm of Mote. The only survivors of their burned … Continue reading I wrote a book!