Prompts, WordSmith Musings, Writing

Writing Prompt #19

It was a dark and stormy night. She was thrilled. This was her favorite kind of weather. It was the sunny days you had to watch out for. She shivered at the thought. Interested in getting your short story published? Submit your short story from this prompt using my contacts page and have a chance… Continue reading Writing Prompt #19

Tips and Tricks, WordSmith Musings, Writing

How to Write a Magic System

Writing a magic system can be fun, interesting, and challenging at times. Each magic system will have its own rules, patterns, quirks, and exceptions. A reader might never know all of them, but it is essential for the author to know each and every one so they can write from a place of knowledge, understanding, and authority.

Tips and Tricks, Writing

Quick Tip #12

When starting a story, write at least five small anecdotes about your main character that are not related to the plot and may never be used within your story.  This allows you to get to know your character better and they will come off the page as a much more well-rounded character even if you… Continue reading Quick Tip #12

Original Work, Writing

Toasted: A romantic and humorous short play

Enjoy a small romantic and humorous play about an attempted proposal. If ever you've thought abut writing a play or film script, I offer writing consultations and writing tips. Sign up for my email list now so you don't miss any of the writing goodness! The restaurant is small and intimate. Tables are lit by… Continue reading Toasted: A romantic and humorous short play