The Writer’s Wheel 8/2/2020: What a Reader Learns from Books Loleta Abi Why do people read? For enjoyment? Sure. For education. Yes. For escape from their day-to-day tasks? You bet. Can genre books include stories readers learn from? Certainly. Characters. Depending on the character, readers can discover a way to go on when they read […]
The Writer’s Wheel 7/22/2020: Holding Each Other Accountable Loleta Abi It’s become popular in the world to just do as you please without any consequences. Living like that is like living as children. Any tantrum might get us what we want but unless we learn a lesson from our actions, we’re not doing ourselves any […]
The Writer’s Wheel 7/5/2020: How to Get Back into Your Writing After an Absence Loleta Abi For some of us, it’s been months since we glanced at our WIP. Not that we meant to abandon it, it’s just that life’s circumstances took us away. Some of us might not even come back. That’s okay. If […]
Three Links 7/3/2020 Loleta Abi Writing: 1. https://www.septembercfawkes.com/2020/03/breaking-writing-rules-right-write.html “Over the years, I’ve done a lot of posts on dialogue, in part because when I went searching for a deeper understanding on the topic, I didn’t find a lot of material. One of the recurring things I did find though, was about writing indirect dialogue. And this is absolutely one […]
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The Writer’s Wheel 5/31/2020: Lessons in Life Loleta Abi Never think you have nothing to say. You do. You’ve walked a different road, lived a different life than all other humans. Therefore, you have your story to tell. And I have mine. To Begin. Make a commitment. Challenge fate. Learn all that you can to […]
I’m reading Lobizona by Romina Garber, All Scot and Bothered by Kerrigan Byrne, When ‘You Wish Upon a Rogue by Anna Bennett, Gone with the Rogue by Amelia Grey, Tales of the Titans by Rich DiSilvo, 5 Secrets of Story Structure by K.M. Weiland, Marketing for Writers Who Hate Marketing by James Scott Bell, The […]