Ciao, SEers. Today’s topic is a bit different for me. I hope you’ll give me a little leeway. These days, I don’t have much free time for television or movies. But at night, when I’m winding down for the day, I do watch a little TV if my eyes are too tired to read (which … Continue reading Classic TV as an Inspiration for Contemporary Fiction
Hello, Story Empire readers! Today, I'd like to cover a topic about Scrivener that may help a few of you out when you didn't know you needed help. A while back, I wrote on this blog about using Auto-complete and Keywords. Today, I'm going to expand on those tools in regard to developing a series … Continue reading 4 Ways to Pack the Power of Scrivener into Your Series
It's Friday, glorious Friday, always a cause for celebration! While you're getting ready to kick off your weekend celebration, the Story Empire authors have cobbled together a collection of goodies for you to digest at your leisure. For an appetizer, I recommend Monday's SE post What Your Website is Likely Missing by Staci Troilo, followed by What's … Continue reading Curated Content 31 March 2017
Hello SEers! It's great to see you here today 🙂 When we write, we create things twice—first, in the mind, and then in the real world. To make the best reality, we have to begin with the end in mind. If we want to tell a story, to sit and write a novel, then we … Continue reading The End in Mind
Hi SE’rs, Joan here. Happy first day of March. The Story Empire authors are expanding our blogging schedule to Mondays and Wednesdays along with a Friday share thread. I’m the first to post on Wednesday. Today, I want to talk about character names. A couple of months ago, while outlining my current WIP, I said … Continue reading What’s in a Name?