It has taken a very long time to get to this point. My serial is finally in its final act! What does that mean? For Saving the Music I followed the traditional three act structure made popular through "Save the Cat" by Blake Snyder. Essentially, Act III comes after the "dark moment of the soul"… Continue reading Entering Act III of my serial!
Self-imposed accountability doesn’t work for me. The deadline has to be real.
I always thought that I needed a deadline to get things done. But, it couldn't be a self-imposed deadline. It had to be a real deadline with real consequences. For the most part, this is still very true. I'm motivated to be productive by the idea that somebody else is waiting for what I'm working… Continue reading Self-imposed accountability doesn’t work for me. The deadline has to be real.
Progress and Plans
Oh my goodness what a month. From starting a new job and adjusting to a new schedule to trying to keep up with my serial posting schedule, a lot has been in progress while I had to take a break from the blog. My serial on Radish Fiction is live and currently releasing new episodes… Continue reading Progress and Plans
My deadline approaches
Sure, my deadline is self-inflicted, but it still means a lot to me. I plan to have my new story starting its release on the Radish Fiction app during the month of March. So far I plan two episodes per week. I'll be putting the first 7 up right away so that you can read… Continue reading My deadline approaches
When the inner critic changes tactics
The inner critic will often tell you what you're doing is terrible or not worth it or various other versions of "no, don't do it." But, what happens when that critic changes tactics? Recently, I've been so exhausted when I sit down to write or think about my books. I'll be able to go do… Continue reading When the inner critic changes tactics