Good afternoon writerly folk!
I’m hot off the NaNoWriMo crazy train and back to kick the blog into high gear again.
Tomorrow, I’ll be providing you with a detailed breakdown of October and November’s writing progress with my next chapter update (flailing Kermit arms–aaaaaahhhhhhh!).
In the meantime, join me over at DIY MFA for my latest column: five nursery rhyme origins to spark your next story!
Until tomorrow, be well my friends.
Hi all you writerly people!
Over the summer, I fell behind in sharing my DIY MFA columns. I know, I said I was going to post to let you know when they were out … but life happened and sharing the posts was the last thing on my mind.
Now I’ve come home and life is more or less in order again, I thought I’d catch everyone up.
First, my latest Speculations column, the science in your science fiction: artificial intelligence. This was just published yesterday (October 17).
D’aw, isn’t this lil guy cute?
Earlier in the summer, though, I did a two part post on the hero’s journey. Part one: strengthen your writing by studying the hero’s journey. This was posted July 25, two days before I left for my European adventure.
Part two: a deep dive into the hero’s journey. This one was due within days of my return and was posted September 7.
I hope you enjoy.
And while you’re there, check out the other awesome columnists and all of Gabriela’s great resources. If you like what you see, join the DIY MFA community 🙂
See you tomorrow!