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New Year, New Novels: Finding Your Writer’s Road

January 2, 2013

Like Robert Frost I tend to take the Road Less Traveled By. Can recommend The Writer’s Journey by Christopher Vogler as a travel guide to take with you.

Creative Writing with the Crimson League

Hey guys, and Happy New Year! Hope you enjoyed the last week of 2012 and spent it warm and peaceful in the company of friends and family! I had a restful break, minus the periods of panic about job searching…. Such is life, right?

For my first post back after my short hiatus, on this first day of a new year, I reflect on the beginning phases of my novels, and I realize my writing process has evolved as I’ve written more and more. (Not surprising, I guess. But true.) It’s changed without any real rhyme or reason as my circumstances varied, my confidence grew, and I decided to branch out a bit.

What does this have to do with you, though? The point of this post is that there is, honestly and truly, no one right way to write, develop character, and get a workable plot going. Don’t…

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