How many SheWriters have taken the Myers-Briggs personality test at some point? Do you find that your personality type reflects how you write? Do you find that your characters tend to fall into…Continue
I’ve seen authors voice different opinions about having a real person in their head when writing a story. Some do it, some don’t. Some are against it, some for it.
I find for some characters, it benefits me to have a “voice” in my head. Especially given the amount of dialogue in my stories. If each character has a unique sound in my head – whether that be an actual tone of voice, an accent, or specific mannerisms – their conversations are easier to imagine.
Hello fellow She Writers!
It's November 1st, which for some writers means the beginning of NaNoWriMo, a month of daily writing resulting in 50,000 words by the end of the month. It's quite an undertaking, one that just might leave me in an exhausted smiling heap by the end of the month.
Kamy Wicoff, our fearless leader, posted today…Continue
Hello Fellow She Writers,
The She Writes community, as you all know, is a wonderful place to connect with other writers, learn more about the craft, and talk about what you're working on.
Part of keeping this community a fabulous place to be is preventing the evil four letter word: SPAM.…Continue
I've mentioned on Twitter in the past week an effort among the bloggers in the community to give back . A lot of bloggers get involved in link ups as a way to introduce themselves to others in the blogosphere.
Wouldn't it be great if we could channel that effort into helping…Continue