Not only is NaNoWriMo my favorite time of year, but – on two separate occasions – it helped me get a job. Jobs where I actually get paid to write!
Getting close to the end of Nanowrimo 2015 with less than a week left. Will I reach 50k words in time?
Wednesday, November 11, 2015 Nanowrimo: Day 11 Yesterday, I finished some non-Nano work that had been hanging over my head, so that feels good. After a cumulative ~4 hours, I finally got Windows 10 installed on my computer, so that feels good. And today, I
Nanowrimo Diaries: Six Days ‘Til Kickoff — How I’m prepping for 30 days of writing madly.
Sharing first impressions of the setup, rules, story and gameplay for Mansions of Madness, a Lovecraft-themed, horror board game for two to five players.
Evildoers come in all shapes and sizes, with any number of nefarious schemes and motivations, but some are undoubtedly more memorable than others. Here are a few iconic villains and archetypes that steal the show.
Every November, writers from all over the globe congregate online with a shared goal: to each write 50,000 words in one month, a month dubbed National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo.
Sewers and underground tunnels may not be the most pleasant locations, but if you use one in a horror, sci-fi or fantasy story, that’s kind of the point. Read on about why and when you might want to use this setting to maximum creepy effect.
You can have a kick-ass plot with a gorgeous setting, but it won’t get you far if your characters are flat. So, let’s talk about creating characters with depth.
If you enjoy mouthfuls of language and are looking to add flavor to your next horror story, mix in a few of these gruesomely delicious words.