Here’s what I did to fill in my story’s plot hole!
RED ALERT, RED ALERT!
This is one of the most dreaded things that can happen to an author!
What’s Happening with MILK RUN?
Here’s the latest on MILK RUN. Lots and lots of changes! Also, recommendations on new SciFi books with an unusual twist. Check it out.
Finishing up this military SciFi is harder than I thought as I go through my fourth major revision of the end. But, it’s getting there and a recent flight over the Smoky Mountains helped.
New MILK RUN Scene Posted
The first Act 3 (beta) scene has been developed drawing us to the conclusion of my Military SciFi MILK RUN! Check it out and let me know your thoughts.
The Three Most Important Things for A Good SciFi Story- Part 3
So, in my last two posts, I showed you two of the most important things required for a good Science Fiction story: A Bad Romance and A Good Travel Agent. Together these two elements tell us what’s troubling our hero or heroine; shows us the struggle they must endure to achieve their goal; and allows us to empathize with their pain and disappointments. So, what’s the third critical thing for a good SciFi story? What…
Inspiration to Write!
Here’s something to inspire and juice up your writing creativity. Worked for me! Tells us what works for you!
The Three Most Important Things for A Good SciFi Story- Part 2
The second most important ingredient to writing a good SciFi Story… Do you know what it is? Click here and find out!
The Three Most Important Things for A Good Science Fiction Story- Part 1
There are lots of things that go into writing a good SciFi, well any story really. The plot, the research, the background stories, the hidden agendas of the characters (and the author), the structure of the story (you know…the three acts thing). One can go on and on and on. But of all the things that make a good story, what are the three most important elements? What are those three critical ingredients that is…
It Was Tough To Write
This next chapter scene was hard to write. Yet, for some reason, I keep doing it! It represents yet another low point for our hero in the story. Now normally, one would expect to see just one low point in a seven-act story where the hero/heroine feels all is lost. But for MILK RUN, I felt a double low point is necessary: one to represent a career low and the second a more personal low. The…