Tag Archive | sunday

Sunday Award Show

Tweet of the Day: Aesir Lega (XI) ——– Seems I picked up a couple of awards. Interesting. Well then lets open the fist envelope, shall we? The Versatile Blogger Award comes from the lovely Diane Carlisle. Nice! Oh and it comes with some instructions….eye of newt…first drop of blood from a vi…wait that can’t be […]

Sunday Tweet: Shy Writer

Tweet of the Day: Shy Writer ——– We creative types think we cane create across the board, from music to writing and everything in between. I for one can’t sing worth a damn (and my voice is considered a capital offense in some countries and capital punishment in others, can’t tell which is which). Same […]

Sunday Tweet: The Good, the Bad and the Timeskip + A Blog Chain

Tweet of the Day: The Good, the Bad, and the Timeskip ——– Another Atsiko entry. This one deals with managing time within your work by using a time skip.  So go over there and read it while I come up with some So  Bad It’s Horrible lines for this month’s AW Blog Chain. Go on, […]

Sunday Tweet: Horror Novel Soundtrack

Tweet of the Day: Horror Novel Soundtrack ——- Music. Long time readers of this blog know that I find endless inspiration in music, although I can’t sing worth a damn. And if you follow the link above you will find that I am not the only one. Tasha loves all things 19th century and her […]

Sunday Tweet: Annoying Questions People Ask Writers: “Where do you get your ideas?”

Tweet of the Day: Annoying Questions People Ask Writers: “Where do you get your ideas?” ——- Well, it is good to see Atsiko back to blogging. As always he writes interesting posts about writing, especially when it comes to spec-fiction. His latest is no different: But, because I think about this kind of stuff a lot, […]

Sunday Tweet: What Will Pottermore Know?

Tweet of the Day: What Will Pottermore Know? ——- I found a sight that combines two of the things I love, the Harry Potter books and my love for writing. Harry Potter for Writers! How can you go wrong with that combination? You can’t. You won’t. It is not possible. And the post I link […]

Sunday Tweet: Setting the Scene

Tweet of the Day: Setting the Scene ——– I stumbled on this post while on Tweetdeck. Now the title is simple enough, but what really hooked me was the part that the author left out: Setting the Scene (Through Dialogue) The author describes a simple improv excersise to establish a scene using three pieces of […]