One of the most popular historic adages still in use today is, “The devil is in the details.” This is used to describe a variety of situations. Maybe an offer is too good to be true, so you study the fine print.
It was the worst storm in our national history. What can we learn from the events surrounding Hurricane Katrina? Hurricane Katrina hit the United States towards the end of August in 2005.
This is the an excerpt from my last novel The Moon Sees Me. She barely opened her eyes before she had to shut them again. She had no recent memory.
Here’s the button if you would like to enter for a giveaway of my novel, The Moon Sees Me. Goodreads Book Giveaway The Moon Sees Me by L. Chambers-Wright Giveaway ends August 10, 2011.
The paranormal thriller The Black Gash is now available at Smashwords and soon to be available at Amazon and B&N. Here’s the synopsis and the link: Ash volunteered for the courthouse reorganization to gain a few credits for college, he’s an ambitious future attorney who anticipates a fascinating season of studying courtroom proceedings and practices.
I wanted to create a special entry for this. I finally got the print edition of The Moon Sees Me! I am excited about it.
I developed much of what I know on writing from the traditional school of fiction. Recently, I began noticing that some of those tried-and-true methods aren’t necessarily being practiced today. Primarily, it was always stressed that you should limit your character perspectives to around 1 or 2 per chapter.
As promised, here’s the next installment on tips, tricks and tidbits writers can glean from the hit television series, “The X-Files.” No Theory is, “Out There.” It’s true.
The X-Files was an incredibly popular television series and fans are still attending movies when they reach the box office. Despite the program’s errors, what can writers learn from the techniques used? I’m creating a series that explores various items that transcend film and fiction.
I’ve read countless books on editing during my years writing. I’ve enjoyed guides on grammar, structure, technique and style. Yet, I think the most beneficial steps a writer can take are much simpler and easier to understand.