I’m out of ideas….

Well, I’m fresh out of ideas right now as to what to post here on the blog. So if anyone has an idea or suggestion about something they’d like me to write about; such as descriptions, dialogue, characters, editing, etc., please leave a comment and let me know. If there’s only one comment, I’ll write on that. If there’s several, I’ll pick something that will hopefully cover the majority.


6 Responses

  1. So,how about staying on task? I don’t have all the time in the world to write. If I had one nice huge hunk of time to write; unfortunately I get smaller pieces than that. I’m not independently wealthy, I have to work and keep up with day to day life that sometimes makes finding time to write difficult. What really bugs me is the way I will procrastinate when I do have the time. I can find a million and one things to distract myself with when I turn the computer on. I want to write, but I don’t, what the heck is up with that? I’m pretty weird though maybe this is just a personal issue.

  2. What about writing classes? Are they worth it? Are there any that you reccomend? (Besides just college courses. Like one’s people can get online and such)

  3. Some tips on dialogue would be nice. Maybe rules.

  4. Perhaps posting outside links to sites that you’ve discovered over time that you consider to be useful, with perhaps a little commentary as to why you found them so.

  5. I would personally enjoy a piece on identifying and dealing with plot holes. It seems almost impossible to read or write a story without a burdening amount of deus ex machina becoming apparent after time.

    Besides that, one about writing action scenes would always be nice. I for one have trouble figuring out the deciding factor on what made this fight or that chase have the right pacing when I read a story.

  6. Anithero,

    I’m not sure what you mean by “what made this fight or that chase…” but if you’re simply asking about how to pace an action scene, that’s something that we can write up on. If you have any specific questions or examples you’d like us to work from, let us know.

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