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The first draft—the bane of every writer’s existence. It’s the most difficult to complete; it’s the worst in every way; and if you DO finally finish it, you have to go back and basically rewrite the whole thing anyway. The … Continue reading
It’s the last day of NaNoWriMo today—or National Novel Writing Month, for those unfamiliar with the abbreviation. In my post about writer’s block, which I know was SO LONG AGO in Internet time, I announced my intention to participate despite … Continue reading
Well, the Kickstarter campaign ended on May 1, and I’m thrilled to say that we surpassed our funding goal! Like most campaigns, we had a lull in the middle of the funding period, but then pledges picked up again so … Continue reading
I’m so thrilled about the response the 3-4-1 Kickstarter has been getting! We’re on track to be fully funded by the end of the month, as we’re just over halfway through the funding period and we’re just over halfway funded.
There are many aspects about writing that can be difficult, to the point that we writers often summarize it as simply, “Writing is hard.”* Each writer has their own list of aspects that they struggle with most. For some, dialogue is … Continue reading