If you could pick one fiction world to live in from the many stories you’ve read, which would it be? This post explores that question, as part of this month’s Insecure Writer’s Support Group monthly blog hop
Welcome back to this 3-part series designed to help you conquer your triathlon transition. If you’re like me, pictures speak 1000 words. You can tell me all day long how to set-up my race transition, but seeing is understanding. So, today’s post will be just that- mostly pictures,with a few tips. Getting Started The first…
If you’re looking for a way to write a believable dramatic drug scene, this article offers tips for what to avoid and how to use the real effects of drugs to weave a page-turner for readers
The transition during a triathlon race can be stressful and intimidating. This article is the first of a 3 part series to help conquer the transition, with practical tips and lists.
This article offers tips for overcoming those stormy writing days and make progress to type “The End.”
Editing over and over can put writers in a never ending loop of perfection, keeping them from finishing a manuscript. This article offers tips for changing that behavior, leading to increased creativity and productivity.
So, you want to write a drug smuggling scene, but not sure where to start or how to make your character believable? Here are a few quick tips to get you started. 1. The Character: What does a typical smuggler look like? There’s no stereotypical character description. The smuggler (the “mule”) may be young or…
Being a writer can lead to many positive experiences, but also the lows of rejection, writer’s block, and emotionally challenging events. This article discusses how to address the lows to help improve motivation and creativity in teh long run.
This article uses humor to help explain the difficult and frightening topic of the use of emojis in illicit drug deals on smartphone apps and the association with fentanyl overdose deaths