#WriterInMotion Week 5: Final Thoughts

Well, that's a wrap! The Writer in Motion 2020 blog project draws to a close this week, and though I'm now swamped with revisions for Pitch Wars (not to mention wedding planning) I have to say that I'm a bit sad that this communal adventure in story-telling and editing is over. A month ago when … Continue reading #WriterInMotion Week 5: Final Thoughts

#WriterInMotion Week 3 – CP Edit: The Witch of Blue Ridge

Week 3 is already upon us! My critique partners and I started this round a bit early, as we all had our self-edited drafts ready to go. I'm so grateful to my CPs for their help in this round of the Writer In Motion event. I was nervous about the process, since this was my first time doing the event, but I had no reason to be. In fact, everyone I've met and interacted with through WIM has been incredibly kind, talented, and friendly.

#WriterInMotion Week 2 – Self-Edited Draft – The Witch of Blue Ridge

This week for the Writer In Motion challenge, I explore killing my darlings and the dangerous game of throwing out an "okay" first scene. Will it kick the story up a notch, or result in a incoherent mess with a tone issue? Read on to find out... (Notes on the editing process will be found … Continue reading #WriterInMotion Week 2 – Self-Edited Draft – The Witch of Blue Ridge

#WriterInMotion Week 1: thoughts on process (and vulnerability)

I've spent last night and this morning reading the lovely first drafts of my fellow Writers in Motion. It's fascinating to see how many unique and creative directions one prompt can take in the hands of different writers: dark, surreal sci-fi, a creepy MG tale with an unseen threat, a high-stakes story of spies on … Continue reading #WriterInMotion Week 1: thoughts on process (and vulnerability)