“You’re building a WHAT?”
“The whole THING?”
That’s where the next response will be different for each writer. Yes, some of us do build an entire world for our stories. No, some of us don’t.… Read the post
Why do the first 10% and the last 10% of your book deserve far more than attention than what you give the remaining 80% of the story? That doesn’t seem fair.
Especially when we look at those lucky writers who are continuing various series which already have millions of fans.… Read the post
A quick note from your WITS blog mistress: I'm sorry for so many comments not getting posted as soon as we'd like. All four of us were out of town, and no one had internet access. (Two of us thought we would be able to approve comments, but we were wrong.) Everything is caught up now, though, and if you were waiting for your comment to appear, it's in the comment section below.… Read the post
Laurie Schnebly Campbell
You’ve heard of the Myers-Briggs test, right? Maybe even taken it for school or work? Maybe even had one or two or 28 of your characters take it?
No worries if you haven’t done any of that -- it’s a pretty simple concept, which goes all the way back to Aristotle.… Read the post