Writing, it’s a job

This past weakened we had two big party’s and three extra people sleeping over, one of whom doesn’t respect my writing one bit.
But still every time there was even a small break in party planing or guest entertaining I sat down and I wrote. It is the fastest I have ever written. On Saturday alone I wrote 2670 words in two hours.
My point is get serious about your writing and sit down and write, don’t tell yourself excuses like “but you need to get ready” especially if its still two hours before whatever you’re planning. Even if you’re not working on a deadline protect your writing times and whatever you do write every day.

Writing prompt Villain

Villains aren’t naturally born evil they grow evil and usually they don’t even notice so my prompt is write a day out of your villains everyday life before he became a villain. After all I have never met an evil five year old.

Write in

Last night I went to a NaNoWriMo write in and it was really worth it.
A write in is where a bunch of writers come together and write.
We did two words prints and had lots of coffee but the best reason to go to a write in is to meet the other writers in your local area.

Me being the youngest there was quite a few jokes thrown my way and even a gift voucher but it was tons of fun we traded email addresses and arranged for another write in.
It was great and I’m loving the people I met.

3 tips on adding romance to your novel

I am not comfortable with the thought of any of my family members reading about romance in my writing. Unfortunately for me the two main characters of the story I’m writing seem to be flirting behind my back.
Although I’m still trying to stop this it made me realize that at some point romance will have to be a part of my story’s.
So here is 3 short tips on adding romance to your story.

1. Romance doesn’t just come from nowhere, make sure it develops smoothly so that kissing scene doesn’t throw your reader out of the story.

2.  Intimate moments isn’t just about what they’re doing, add what they feel beneath their fingers, what they smell, what they hear and so on.

3. Girls like guys who make them laugh. Make your couple funny when their together.

Writing prompt: your day.

Pick a moment out of your day any moment and rewrite it in first person.
Where you in an argument? where you laughing at dinosaur jokes with your friend? where you writing a test? What ever you were doing today pick the most outstanding moment and write about it in as much detail as possible.

3 days of nano

Since NaNoWriMo started I have been writing as much as possible between the normal weekend stuff.
I find the writing easy but the sitting down to write is hard.
Those first words that start a scene does not come easy and since my story was planned to be shorter than 50000 words I had to change the spacing of the major plot moving events and add scenes.
My mum just asked me what is driving me to keep writing since I’m not known for finishing things.
To tell you the truth I don’t know what’s driving me,  it might simply be because it’s fun or maby it’s because I grew attached to my characters and feel the need see this through for them. What ever is driving me it’s doing a very good job at it, I just reached 6732 words.
So now that I am done bragging about that here is my advice to you if your writing something and finding yourself stuck.
Sit down and write, at first it might be painful but your muse will come you just have to show it your willing to write.

4 things your novel must have before flashbacks.

I am putting flashbacks in the novel I’m currently writing. So of coarse I went and did some research on it so here is the 4 things your novel must have before you start with flash backs.

1. A bond between the reader and the character.
2. A goal your character is working towards.
3. Something standing in your characters way of completing their goal.
4. Your story must make readers curios to know what happened in the passed.