A few years ago I published the first half of this poem–although I wrote it too many years ago to count. For a finale in my creative writing class, we all wrote our own ‘game’ poems and I decided it was a good time to add a little more to mine. It is not finished. … More START OVER?
As I promised, here’s a rap sheet you can use for developing the character details you need for writing them into a fight scene. Like I say in Write Fight Scenes, I don’t use this sheet. I use a 3×5 notecard with shorthand. This sheet is merely to help you get started. You will need … More Write Fight Scenes Character Rap Sheet
Yep, that’s right. Jim Butcher is a solid for Authors Combat Academy 2017. Held each spring in Nashville, it’s a trip just waiting to be epic. What is the Authors Combat Academy? It is THE authority on writing and fighting. This is not a conference for authors made up of panels with other authors. This … More Jim Butcher Coming to Authors Combat Academy 2017
If you’ve ever wanted a few key tips to writing fights scenes, your wish has come true. Check out this badass guide on writing about fighting. Also, get one for yourself, and then for that writer friend in your life. Friends don’t let friends write bad fight scenes! $4.99 on Kindle!
Thanks, D. James, for the nomination! D. James and I go back to a creative commons project that was pretty fun. The rules are: Link back to the person who tagged you. (That would be D. James Fortescue tagged in my opening line.) Answer all 11 of their questions. Nominate 11 bloggers with fewer than … More LIEBSTER! Twist.
We’re celebrating the release of Jen Gresyon’s third book in the Lightning Rider series, Storm Front! And you guys get to join us. The awesomeness: Click the Rafflecopter link for a chance to win the grand prize: A membership to Kindle Unlimited for a FULL YEAR! Do you know how many books you could through … More Countdown to Stormfront