Tag: plotting

  • My approach to the Iron Writer Challenge

    This week I’m participating in The Iron Writer challenge, (I’m in challenge 102) a writing competition where you write a 500 word story using four elements that are provided to you – examples: An empty ATM A talking tree Toilet bowl cleaner A meteor or: A Zombie Apocalypse A 1936 Chevy Corvette A Coyote A […]

  • Interesting read: Charts and Diagrams Drawn by Famous Authors

    Flavorwire: Charts and Diagrams Drawn by Famous Authors I have a stash of these types of images in my writing reference folder, but Flavorwire links to some I haven’t seen yet. Diving down into the individual [via] links to the original articles on each chart is a must – Without it I wouldn’t have landed […]

  • Gen Con Writer’s Symposium 2013, Saturday in Review

    WKS1345346 (Fiction Fundamentals Part 3: Putting on the Polish on Sat at 08:00 AM – 3 hours) Lawrence Connolly, William Horner III “In-depth workshop: learn how to make your story sing through application of effective revision and editing techniques.” I was really sorry to miss this workshop because the other two these guys did on […]