Continuing with the Lessons Learned series, I'm here to present to you my second lesson learned.
A story between Death and his mark, Zoe
Everyone writes differently. What works for one writer is not the same as what works for another writer. For example, I don't work with outlines, preferring to let the characters take me, which sometimes means writing out of order. I have friends who think I have two heads because I work that way. To each his own.
I have a friend who asked for a custom story. When it involved her getting into a fight with one of my characters to win the affections of a certain male angel I wrote, I couldn't resist.
That title is a lie. This post is going to be a whole lot more than an Imaginarium wrap up, but it's as good enough a place to start as any. Imaginarium If you're not familiar with the Imaginarium Convention, it takes place in Louisville, Kentucky every October. For the third year in a row, … Continue reading Imaginarium Wrap-Up