Sometimes when I’m writing, the ideas come fast and furious and it’s all I can do to keep up with them. I’m thinking of all the plots, and wanting to write all the things, and my head feels as though it can’t contain all the shiny story possibilities that are sending it into red-line overload.
National Novel Writing Month (a.k.a. NaNoWriMo) lies just around the corner. In a few days, thousands of novelists and novelists-in-the-making will set to writing 50,000 words in only one month. Though I’m not participating this year, I wanted to put together a few resources that might help other writers with their NaNoWriMo stories. These are primarily generators of various kinds, random things I found that could be useful, and a few other sites that have helped me over the years. [Read more…] about NaNoWriMo Resources
For this week’s author spotlight, I’m featuring Helen Boswell and her newest book, Mythology: The Wicked, the second installment of the Mythology series! Check it out!
As a part of helping to support other authors on my blog, I’m starting a new posting series of author and book spotlights. First up, I have Jason Cantrell, author of Radiance. Check it out!
It can be a nerve-wracking thing, starting a new blog. What will people think? Will they like what I have to say? What if I make a fool of myself for everyone to see?
Or, possibly worse, what if nobody shows up at all? What if I’m just speaking into the void – for the entertainment of absolutely no one?
It can be crazy making.
But it’s also exciting. A chance to talk about the things that matter to you, about things that are happening in your life, or simply about the little things that occur to you as days go by.
So maybe it’s worth it, silence, trepidation and potential foolishness aside.
This is the blog of Skye Malone, author of fantasy and romantic fiction, who will quite possibly release her first title in 2014. On this blog, you’ll find updates on book releases, cover reveals and promotions for other authors, along with the occasional mental rambling. I hope you’ll enjoy it.
And thank you for joining me on this new adventure.