Tuesday, August 20, 2019
I'll be at Fan Expo this year at the Horror Writers Association booth 5327!
Come by and see what the HWA has to offer, pick up some new books, or get a tarot reading!
We are also having a Meet and Greet (or a Shriek and Eat!) on Saturday, August 24, 2019 beginning around 7pm at
Lucky Clover Sports Bar
17 Lower Simcoe Street
Toronto, Ontario, M5J 0C8
Everyone is invited.
You don't have to go to Fan Expo!
You don't have to be a member of HWA!
This is just a time to relax, network, and have some fun!
It can be difficult to connect with people while you're actually at Fan Expo so this is an opportunity to catch up with each other and meet new people who love horror.
You are responsible for your own food and drink bill!
See you at Fan Expo or at the party or BOTH!!!
Monday, August 5, 2019
Did you have a great summer?
Did you participate in the July NaNoWriMo?
Did you get a lot of writing completed during your vacation or staycation?
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Saturday, February 9, 2019
Check out my courses on Udemy!
So You Want to Be a Horror Writer?
Learn to Read Tarot Cards
Writing a Short Story Using Tarot Cards
Secrets of a Background Performer
Friday, November 2, 2018
While many authors are taking the NaNoWriMo challenge, others are getting their manuscripts ready for publication!
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Thursday, September 20, 2018
Summer is pretty much over and now it's back to work!
Did you write a story or a book over the summer?
Are you working on a book right now?
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Monday, May 14, 2018
We sent our last edited book out the door last week. That means we're beginning a new week ready to accept a few new clients for spring!
We work with all types of writers; from brand new to seasoned professionals and everyone in-between! We work in all genres so don't worry that we won't work with you. We have seen it all! We accept all genres including erotica and horror, so don't be shy!
Contact us today for a quote!
Just send your word count and your goals and we'll send you a quote for various levels of services.
Have a fabulous day!
Friday, March 2, 2018
Organize Your Thoughts
Most writers are compulsive note takers. They can be found making notes on the bus, at coffee shops, in the parking lot, at the gym, at school assemblies, and more.
What method do you use?
There are a few computer programs for writers. You can make basic notes in Word as you would on a notepad. There are programs such as Scrivner that can help you become very organized on your electronic devices. You can plan characters, settings, plot points and so much more.
Pen and Paper
Some people prefer to write their initial notes and thoughts with pen and paper. You can use a notebook, scraps of paper, or index cards.
Some people even draw pictures and maps to help them organize their thoughts.
There are writers who love to dictate their thoughts. These days, you can speak right into your phone for this purpose. Since most people carry their phones everywhere, this is very convenient.
You may wish to record your thoughts, play them back later, and create notes from the recordings.
For a bit less work, you may wish to use the voice-to-text feature for your notes so that you can see them later.
What Do Your Notes Contain if You Use Index Cards?
Describe your characters. Use at least one card for each character. Write down full name, physical description, age, hobbies, and anything else you need to create a powerful story. Keep adding to the cards as your characters evolve. You may never use half the information on your card in the final story. The more you know your characters, the more realistic they will seem.
Use one card per setting. This can be a bar, a library, a bedroom, or anywhere else your characters go. You can even write down which chapter this place appears so you can refer back with ease.
You can use a different card or page for each chapter synopsis. You can write your chapter synopsis before or after you write the chapter.
You can outline your book on one card or several cards.
You may wish to make notes about important plot points.
Organizing some of your basic thoughts will help you write more quickly and accurately. Being able to refer quickly to characters and places when you’re working on a novel will help with continuity.
Do you have a book or story that needs to be edited?
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