How does I critique good? Today let's talk about how to give excellent critiques to our writing partners.
I wrote a #GreenLantern script! Check it out: There's aliens and robots and laser beams. Search for artists begins soon.
Once, I had a vision. I would write an amazing comic book and find an artist to draw it with me. Not for me. With me. You know, a collaboration. Like Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. Or Ditko and Lee. Or Simon and Schuster. Wait, that last one doesn't work. Anyway, the basic idea was … Continue reading Pay Your Artists
I'm reviewing The Witcher today. Can you handle all this brooding? Lots of broodily brooding brooding over here. Broodly-doodly!
So, I got my edits back over a month ago, and I still haven't gone through them all. I have a lot of fear. Fear of rejection, fear my writing won't be good enough. But it's more than that. I realize now the reason so much of my writing has fallen flat is that I … Continue reading Writing Down the Bones
And that's ok. So does mine. It's not terrible by any means, but it's no masterpiece. Totally normal. Everyone stinks their first time. That's what gives us room to grow. But that's the hard part: Growing. See, you have to want to get better to be better. You have to do the work, put in … Continue reading Your First Book Will Stink
I've come across something in my writing that's helping me a lot, and I'd like to share it with you. Now, as with most writing advice, this bit won't appeal to everyone. Some are gonna think it's dumb or too hard or not hard enough or whatever. That's ok. Ready? Here we go. At the base … Continue reading Bad Writing Advice: Part 1 – The 4 (or 5) F’s