Understanding the protagonist and antagonist can help you create a brilliant piece of work, and in this post, I’ll provide a way of using the Tarot to interview your protagonist and antagonist. Continue reading Character Discussion Tarot Spread for Writers
I hear you loud and clear, writing is arduous. That’s why it’s easier to wait for the muse to grant you with grace and verbability than to put your butt in the chair and just get some words down. Continue reading Writing When You’re Not Writing and How to Use It
I have a trick that I use regularly, and fairly frequently. I even use it to generate blogging ideas. That method is the Tarot. Continue reading 3 Ways to Use Tarot as a Writing Tool
It wasn’t until I started reading fiction again that my writing began to blossom again. I began to pay attention to this once I connected the two. Continue reading 6 Essential Reasons Writers Must Read Fiction
Who Is Your Perfect Person? We’re going to play around a little bit with character traits here. I want you to think about your ideal person, and think about what makes them perfect. Thinking about a perfect person might sound count productive. After all, wouldn’t that essentially be creating a Mary Sue? For those of you who aren’t familiar with the term, a Mary Sue … Continue reading December 17 Journal Prompt: Your Own Personal Mary Sue
Spend some time thinking about the person who inspires you and look at what you know of them and see what their flaws are. Continue reading December 16 Journal Prompt: Inspirational Flaw
What in life revolts you? This exercise can be fun, or it can be dark. I’ll let you decide where you want to put it. While getting to know yourself and your writing, you’ll come across practices that might pertain to your goal that just make you feel gross. For example, many writers detest the idea of marketing (I’m one of them!). There’s good ways … Continue reading December 7 Journal Prompt: What is Revolting?
There are two things that every story has to have: A plot At least one character The two are very interwoven. You need the character to carry the reader through the plot, but you need the plot so that the character isn’t just hanging out on their couch all day playing video games. However, more than having an interesting plot, you need to have a … Continue reading Writing Prompt: The One You Despise