Welcome, Fellow Writers!
As a new writer, I've a lot to figure out. Am I a Plotter or a
In November I will take part in the NaNoWriMo challenge. If you've not heard of it, NaNoWriMo is an organisation that promotes a month of novel writing. Participants set a public word count target. You win by hitting your goal. I already know what my target will be — 40,000 words. I'll post updates or each day I spend in the NaNoWriMo cabin in November.
What apps should I
use to write my masterpiece?
It's embarrassing to admit, but I've tried a lot of different apps. When you don't know what to write a good option is 'researching' alternative ways of not actually, you know, writing your ideas. Scrivener's awesome but there are other apps out there.
Where do ideas come from?
If you've run out of road and don't know where to get your next great idea, try Plot Generator. It's got a load of different categories and prompts to get the juices flowing.
BY VIRTUE FALL
When a violent Mexican drug cartel muscles in on the UK trade in illegal narcotics, Detective Inspector Alex Hickman must decide which side he's on when he uncovers a deadly conspiracy that leads to the very top.
I'm trying to squeeze more writing hours into my day. I work full time so I reckon there are two choices. Before work or after work. I read around and find there’s a kind of cult out there about becoming a winner by getting up before you go to bed.Maybe
Sometimes it feels like I'm too busy to write. It's a painful truth I’m discovering about writing while holding down a day job. Maybe I should grow a pointy beard and join the circus? The problem we plate spinners have is that there’s always something else to do. In fact, I've a confession
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