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Project Log #3: Endings & Rejection

Asking for what I want has become the theme this week. Asking and not hiding it and not fearing a possible rejection. Rejection is an important part of life, it’s the primary tool used in editing. When you edit a piece, you reject the unessential and focus and sometimes expand on the essential. Life, I […]

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Project Log #2: Using Character to Build Plot

As I’ve continued to read Make a Scene by Jordan Rosenfeld, I’ve been developing my San Frantasy story into a novella. I really like the characters and the world, but the problem I’ve been running into is crafting a compelling narrative.  I had something really interesting, a murder mystery for the characters to solve, but […]

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Writing Exercise Generator

Recently I have been inspired by my best friend, Brandon, to devote at least 1-2 hours a day to my writing. I’ve also realized that it is not enough to simply set aside time to write, but if I want mastery, I have to get in some focused practice. So, I have put together the […]