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.
Descriptions make or break writing.
"...there are only two things you must do with your first fifty pages, only two large-scale tasks...:
Make your setting a character.
Beta readers are meant to edit your work. They can focus on different things, depending on their skill level and your needs/desires. But one thing's for sure: a good beta reader is worth their weight in gold.
Chapter 48 of the book I am writing.
There's nothing akin to the agony of editing your book. This suffering goes beyond the whole "kill your darlings" because, at least for me, I'll gladly kill my darlings if it means saving my book.
A few months ago, I mentioned my book Mistlyn on Wattpad. In the last few weeks, I've been editing it and getting it ready to send out to beta readers, and then, to agents. The only way thirteen-year-old Mistlyn can bring her dead village back to life is by going with a conniving Jinn to … Continue reading Mistlyn Chapter One
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.
NEW BOOK ALERT! 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. Be brutally honest.