If there’s no story to write, if no idea wants to come out and face me head on, I will simply put my fingers on laptop keys, put pen to paper, and keep going.
It’s important to have periods of rest and relaxation between big projects.
And who matches with whom? I’m glad you asked.
There’s something special about being in the same space where notable writers once lived and worked, and when this pandemic ends, there are a few such places in the southeast that I plan to visit.
Though I like to joke that The Bachelorette (and all of its affiliates) is a guilty pleasure, I really don’t think of it that way.
Today, I want to talk about final drafts. I don’t think they get enough love and attention.
When I’m not feeling like a scene-by-scene breakdown is right for my work, I simply answer five questions about it.
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I finally found the story I needed to write.
Published author Kayla King shares some of her work, and her process when submitting it for publication.