Fiction Friday – A Simple Scene

…“Always leave a note on the board.” Mark said in a tired monotone still working at the jumble of wires with tweezers and a small melting machine that looked like the offspring of a glue gun and soldering iron….

Character Development

Maybe the most important thing I can share with you is that our characters are forever changing, reacting, seeing things from new perspectives, becoming, growing or devolving. When you confine a character in an unchanging role or mindset, that character becomes dull, predictable and cardboard.

It’s that NaNo Time of Year

Even if I never use a single note about plot bunnies, character sketches and wild settings, I know my October composting is priming my word pump and November is going to be a blast.