MERC vs. BOOK: Revising a Novel, Part 8–A Little Night Music and Stick Figures

Additional Posts In This Series Part 0 | Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5 | Part 6 | Part 7.1 & 7.2 | Part 8 (you are here) Music! I love creating playlists for different projects. It’s not procrastination if it helps me focus, and music* is really good for… Read More MERC vs. BOOK: Revising a Novel, Part 8–A Little Night Music and Stick Figures

Variations On YOU: Writing Second Person Point Of View

Second Person POV is the style of “you.” Maybe you’re familiar with Choose-Your-Own-Adventure Books, or text-based games, tutorials, articles like this one, or people who really dislike this form of narrative choice. Telling a story in second person can be tricky. Difficult to do well. Has pros and cons. Is a stylistic preference.  So basically… Read More Variations On YOU: Writing Second Person Point Of View

MERC vs. BOOK: Revising a Novel, Part 4–Speedbumps and Flexibility

BONUS! A THING YOU SHOULD READ K.M. Szpara is chronicling his process from getting an agent to novel revisions on his blog, and I encourage you to check it out–he has a kickass novel and the revision tactics (and gossipy stories) he shares are really cool. 🙂 Other posts in this series: Part 0 | Part… Read More MERC vs. BOOK: Revising a Novel, Part 4–Speedbumps and Flexibility