Plantsing: A How-to Guide for Discovery Writers

What is “plantsing”? A word made up of “pantsing” and “planning”, it refers to writers who both do discovery writing and outlining (usually in the same work), instead of – predominantly – only planning or outlining. I’m a plantser I’m definitely a plantser when it comes to writing. While I do outline stories, especially theContinue reading “Plantsing: A How-to Guide for Discovery Writers”

How to Make Characters Come Alive

Or, it’s aliiiiiiive! Mwahahaha! I’m currently busy with the character sheets for the novel Porselein I’m writing. The five sheets are taking quite a bit of time to complete as I’m being very thorough (not just for myself, but also because it is part of my writing course homework!). These characters are my main, importantContinue reading “How to Make Characters Come Alive”

Weekly Finds – Shaping Human History, Photographing Dreams, Creative Burnouts, and Hidden Buddhas

Articles of the week The tree that shaped human history – by Mike Shanahan Fig trees have not only witnessed history but have shaped it and they could even enrich our future The man who tried to photograph thoughts and dreams – by Josh Gabbatiss A French Commandant’s belief that he could photograph the innerContinue reading “Weekly Finds – Shaping Human History, Photographing Dreams, Creative Burnouts, and Hidden Buddhas”

Weekly Finds – NaNoWriMo Edition

With NaNoWriMo starting next week, I thought I’d focus on writing and writing help in this week’s Weekly Finds post.