Category: IWSG

Jun 05 2019

#IWSG Favorite Genre to Write #SpecFic #SFF

Speculative Fiction Diagram

June 5 question: Of all the genres you read and write, which is your favorite to write in and why? My favorite genre to write is Speculative Fiction. annieneugebauer.com “Speculative fiction is an umbrella genre encompassing fiction with certain elements that do not exist in the real world, often in the context of supernatural, futuristic …

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May 01 2019

Behind the Curtain of a Flash Fiction Story #WEP #IWSG

Let the potato rest

May 1 question – What was an early experience where you learned that language had power? My answer gets really dark, as it’s about using words to break the spirit of a child (me). And I’m not going there. So here’s something about language and writing, with an IWSG tie in, that ends with a …

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Apr 03 2019

#IWSG Wish for Help Writing a Scene

If you could use a wish to help you write just ONE scene/chapter of your book, which one would it be? (Existence series book two) The first kiss of two certain characters. Because it isn’t just a kiss and they aren’t human. So I need to emphasize the importance of what’s actually happening while also …

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Mar 26 2019

Masquerade: Oddly Suited #Giveaway and #BookTour of the #IWSG Anthology #GuestPost by Angela Brown

Angela

Masquerade: Oddly Suited (link) is an anthology of diverse genres. There’s a bit of science fiction, some fantasy, contemporary, and more. At its heart is the theme of “YA Romance.” For my story, A Diver’s Ball, I wondered what music could serve as a backdrop to the story, say…if it were ever made into a …

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Mar 06 2019

#IWSG Protagonist or Antagonist

March 6 question – Whose perspective do you like to write from best, the hero (protagonist) or the villain (antagonist)? And why? I mostly write from who I think of as the protagonist. We say hero and villain, but really it’s just a big goal versus an opposite big goal. P wants to save the …

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Sep 05 2018

Indie Publishing Path Taken #IWSG #IndieAuthor #IARTG

This month’s IWSG prompt: What publishing path are you considering/did you take, and why? Three roads branch in a writer’s elections, It’s inadvisable to travel them all And being an author, long I sat with my reflections And explored traditional, the first direction To where it bent in the query sprawl; Then took the indie, …

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Jul 04 2018

IWSG July 2018 Goal Question

image of life and writing Timeline @JLenniDorner

Insecure Writers Support Group What are your ultimate writing goals, and how have they changed over time (if at all)? I’ve been taking part in a monthly goal blog hop, which posts on the last Friday of every month, since Feb 28, 2014. Thanks to that, I can answer this question in a fairly organized …

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Oct 04 2017

#IWSG Showing My Writer Insecurity (Potato at the End)

http://www.insecurewriterssupportgroup.com/2017/08/the-insecure-writers-support-group-and.html On October 4, post a photo … with the IWSG logo. Then leave a comment that day at either the IWSG website’s post or the IWSG Facebook post directing us to your photo. (For information on Maize also being called Corn, click.) I’m sharing a series of images here. Using a very basic weaving …

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