Hello SErs! Harmony here. Happy Friday 🙂 Today's the day to share a book with you, and I have chosen 'Children of Blood and Bone' by debut author Tomi Adeyemi. This is, by far, the best fantasy book I've read in years. From page one, it grabbed me by the throat and wouldn't let go. … Continue reading Friday Book Share: Children of Blood and Bone
Hello SErs! Harmony here. I hope this finds you all well. Today, we are embarking upon the first of a four-part post on writing flash fiction; that is, stories of 500 words or less. I will link back to each part in subsequent posts for ease of reference. As most of you will know by … Continue reading Flash Fiction: Your Hook
Hello, SE Readers. Today is Columbus Day in the United States. Christopher Columbus first set foot in the new world on October 12, 1492, but the holiday was changed to the second Monday in October so that people could enjoy a three-day weekend. I’ve always been interested in history. As a child, the story of … Continue reading Oh, Christopher!
When I originally gave Scrivener a whirl several years I didn’t know how the software worked. But I read several articles and posts about how other writers put this writing tool to good use. I took my time working through the provided tutorial after which I began using it with increasing regularity. Over the time … Continue reading 8 Ways Scrivener Assists Writers
Hello SErs! Harmony here. I hope this finds you all well. Today, I wanted to talk about using vignettes in your novels. Here is the dictionary definition of a vignette: vignette viːˈnjɛt,vɪˈnjɛt/ noun 1. A brief evocative description, account, or episode. "a classic vignette of embassy life" One of the best uses of this device is … Continue reading Using Vignettes