We are crawling in to the last weekend of National Novel Writing Month 2020. Maybe you’re stuffed from Thanksgiving. Maybe you’re stuffed from just attempting to write a book. Regardless of where you’re at on you’re noveling journey, let’s look back on where the story takes place. Or, more importantly, […]Read More
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Use This #WritingPrompt To Help You #GetWriteOnIn To Your Story’s Historical Influences
Whether you are crawling your way toward the finish line of National Novel Writing Month 2020 or just doing your best at pumping out a manuscript, let’s talk about where this story of yours takes place for a minute. Previous prompts have had us looking at historical influences, whether fictional […]Read More
If These Walls Could Talk… Just What WOULD They Say?
Depending on when you watch this, there’s only 10 days left of National Novel Writing Month 2020. So close, but so far. That same statement can be ushered at almost any given time during the novel-writing process, so NaNo or not, let’s talk about today’s prompt. We’ve given our settings […]Read More
Strengthen Your Worldbuilding Skills With This #WritingPrompt
All right y’all. Halfway through the third week of National Novel Writing Month 2020. Or, potentially halfway through your novel. Or maybe just halfway through life, who even knows at this point? I hope you’ve hit a stride, wherever you are in your book, but whether you have or haven’t, […]Read More
Halfway Through #NaNoWriMo, Where We At?
Congratulations, everybody! We are officially halfway through National Novel Writing Month 2020! I don’t know if you’re actually in NaNo whenever you’re watching this, but if you’re writing a story at all, chances are, you’re going to feel some frustrations sometimes. Today’s writing prompt is going to be the last […]Read More
Use This #WritingPrompt to Help You #GetWriteOnIn to Setting Connection
If you are anything like me, bringing the “setting” of your to life can be challenging. I’ve recommended before to think of your setting as a living being, and that is our focus for today’s three-paragraph prompt. Any”where” you are in this journey — whether it be NaNo 2020 when […]Read More