Notes & Notables from the Panels I Attended
Apologies for the delay in this second installment for Day 2. Busy week with work and events, some of which I will share in upcoming posts. 🙂
On with Creative Ink Fest’s Day 2 continuation…
WriterlyWednesdays, Writing/Reading Challenges Tagged
Adam Dreece, Anderson Prunty, Angel Dust Apocalypse, bizarro, Brenda Carre, Chadwick Ginther, City of Saints and Madmen, Claire Humphrey, clockpunk, conflict, cyberpunk, David Wong, Erin Morgenstern, Gabriel García Márquez, Holly Schofield, inciting incident, Jeff Burk, Jeff VanderMeer, Jeremy Robert Johnson, Jo-Anne McLean, John Dies at the End, K.J. Bishop, Katherine Prairie, Katherine Wagner, Kristi Charish, Laura Esquival, Like Water for Chocolate, Lynda Williams, M. John Harrison, magic realism, Matt Hughes, Melanie Dixon, Neil Enock, Neil Gaiman, Neverwhere, new weird, One Hundred Years of Solitude, plot points, punk, Putting Science into SF Without Putting the Reader to Sleep, Randy McCharles, resolution, Sarah Addison Allen, Shatnerquake, speculative fiction, steampunk, Steph Swainston, story structure, TG Shepherd, The Elements of Story, The Etched City, The Girl Who Chased the Moon, The Night Circus, The Ocean at the End of the Lane, The Year of Our War, Tom Wright, Trevor Melanson, Viriconium, What Exactly is Speculative Fiction?, When Setting Becomes Character
It’s hard to believe that we’re already in the second half of November, let alone nearing the end of the year.
Week Three of
NaNoWriMo & SavvyAuthors: Entangled Smackdown, here we come.
By yesterday’s count and indicator on my handy-dandy NaNoWriMo widget, I’m at 77% of the 50K word count goal. I plan on writing at least another 20K after that so I think I’m at a good pace with the story. Aside from the previous murder victims, no new bodies have turned up but there’s still time. 🙂
Round of Words in 80 Days, Writing/Reading Challenges Tagged
#ROW80, Entangled Smackdown, languages, learning, NaNoWriMo, networking, reading, reference books, SavvyAuthors, story structure, tonettedelaluna.com, WIPs, writing, writing technique, writing workshop