Writer’s Notebook: Who Runs The Show In Your Story’s World

The places we live have their own communities and each community has its own culture. Outliers do not fit in to this culture. Conformists do. Conservatives want to maintain the status qua, even if the regular way of doing things brings harm to many. You have the minority who break the rules. And you have … More Writer’s Notebook: Who Runs The Show In Your Story’s World

Writer’s Notebook: Writing A Difficult Assignment- Chinese Buffet

I haven’t blogged in a while. Not because I didn’t want to. I usually blog from my phone. I can bust out my ideas and share them. It’s fun on the fun. Well, it was. Then, my phone died. Yep. DIED. How rude? So with no phone and no real incentive to get another one … More Writer’s Notebook: Writing A Difficult Assignment- Chinese Buffet

Writer’s Notebook: To Outline or Not To Outline?

I haven’t felt much like writing this week. Well, screenwriting. I’ve been writing some songs. That’s my first love as far as writing goes. Writing songs allow me to be playful, show the different sides of me, and get my feelings out. I can give myself hope with a beautiful love song. Singing about having … More Writer’s Notebook: To Outline or Not To Outline?

Writer’s Notebook: 6 Tips When Asking For Help

Do you need help writing something? Here are a some things to keep in mind when asking a writer to assist you. 1. Write complete sentences. Also use correct punctuation. Proofread. Writers read complete sentences easier. It also shows you care about your presentation. Typos are normal from time to time but look over your … More Writer’s Notebook: 6 Tips When Asking For Help