As it turns out, there is a lot more on YouTube than just music videos and cute cat videos. There is an entire community of YouTubers who talk about books (referred to as BookTube). There are YouTubers who talk about activism Continue reading YouTube: A Good Resource for Writers?
Some people create extensive outlines for their novels before they start writing them. Some people know exactly what the beginning, middle, and end will be. Some people think of a few characters or an interesting situation and just start writing. Continue reading Thinking About Plot Structure
I made a little vlog above about participating in NaNoWriMo. Today is the first day of November, which means it’s time to get cracking on those novels! Check out my NaNoWriMo page here – and add me as a writing Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2014 – Ready, Set, Go!
Day 12: Unwritten – Create and share a poem without using written words. Totally stumped? Sing a song, record yourself speaking your poem, make a series of visual images, use sign language, etc. Alright so I did cheat a little Continue reading 30 Day Poetry Challenge – Day 12 – Ode to Melancholy British Rock Songs
Photo by Nick Cittadino My play, The Snow Globe, has been published via YouthPlays and is available on their website: http://youthplays.com/play_details.php?play_id=282 The photo above is from a performance of one of the scenes that was done in Edinburgh at the University of New Continue reading My play, The Snow Globe, has been published via YouthPlays
I made a video where I answer some questions about my writing process and who I am as a writer. Enjoy!