Monthly Archives: August 2010
I miss the good old days before the baby (writing-wise, at least). I’d roll out of bed, eat breakfast, and then write until I was finished for the day. I was pretty good at setting goals and getting work done, … Continue reading
Loved this book. MT Anderson creates a unique character named Titus with an unforgettable, ironically funny voice. Titus lives in a world where people are linked directly to the internet (or to the “feed”) through their minds. The “feed” is … Continue reading
Attention Hunger Games fans: Those of you who haven’t already pre-ordered on Amazon, can get your copy of Mockingjay at local bookstores during one of the many fabulous Mockingjay parties going on next week. Here are some of the parties … Continue reading
I’m on vacation! Back next week with more thrilling blog posts.
We’ve talked about characters and plot. Now for the final part of this series: details. When trying to make a scene more realistic, directors rely on props and costumes. The right details can totally make a scene. Whenever I get … Continue reading
I have gotten a great response from my guest post over at the GLA blog about writing a hospital scene. A few of the questions have just been way too specific for me to answer, but this past week I … Continue reading