Tag Archives: outline writer

The Fractal Method of Drafting A Book

As a writer, do you struggle with finding a way to go from start to finish in a novel? Are you drawn to outlining but find most outlining methods too much of a cookie-cutter model? Today, I’m going to share … Continue reading

Posted in John's blog, Writing Tips | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

When Things Change, Or Why I’m Writing About My Own Story – By Elan Samuel

Welcome back Elan Samuel who adds his take on the journey of the protagonist in epic fantasy. For more by Elan, click here. I had this plan, see. I was going to write a blog post called “Every Story Has Already Been … Continue reading

Posted in c. Brennecke, Elan Samuel post, Epic fantasy writer group | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

April 2015: Writing slow and the substance-structure paradox

Last month I talked about the great Author Accelerator program and how it’s changed my writing method for the better. This month I thought I’d follow up on a related aspect to being part of the program, namely, the benefit … Continue reading

Posted in John's blog | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment