Episode 57 - Finalize Your Plan for Your Nonfiction Book (Outlining Your Nonfiction Book Part 2) - Blogger to Author
Write smarter – have a plan! In Episode 56, I walked you through WHY you should take the time to create a plan for your book, and told you about the steps you should take to get started with the outline for your nonfiction book. In this episode, I’m talking you through the next […]
Ten Reasons to Write Your Novel in Scrivener — Well-Storied.
There is no right way to write a novel — and that includes the writing program you employ. But if you've long grown frustrated with the limited capabilities of traditional word processors, I would love to introduce you to the epic writing app that has revolutionized my writing process over the past several years: Scrivener. The program itself has a bit of a learning curve, which is why I'm going to share a few tutorials with you here over the coming weeks. Today, however, I'd love to…
Scene and Story Construction Resources | NaNoWriMo prepping | Writing tools — Patricia Tiffany Morris | Writer | Artist | Illustrator
What does a newbie writer with an engineering and architecture background contribute to the myriad of resources found on the world wide web? Three years ago, I drafted a short story to process events in my personal life. These scribblings morphed into a full-blown fiction series and sent me hurdling
5 Different Ways to Outline a Novel — Writely Me
Writing a novel can be a lot of work, and at times, it can be stressful. Sometimes, planning your thoughts and ideas out help you as a writer. That is where outlining comes in. Outlining is a way to put your thoughts and ideas on paper in a constructive way. By being able to visualize the road map