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In the IT world, metadata is information about the data, such as when it was created, updated, deleted, who by, how big the file is, and so on. In writing, especially fiction, meta-documents are documents about the novel, rather than … Continue reading
When you’re writing your novel, do the words always flow? Do the ideas always come in the right order? Do you always have all the information you need at hand while you’re writing a scene? If you do, I’d like … Continue reading
On Wednesdays I am talking about the writing of my new novel Adept, the second book in the Flight of the Kestrel series. Something I should have mentioned earlier is outlining. There are many people who prefer to take an … Continue reading
I’m writing each week about the process of writing the second novel in my Flight of the Kestrel series, Adept. I put the first chapter in to the Feedback Group of my Writers Circle, and one of my friends pointed … Continue reading
I’m writing on Wednesdays at the moment about working to develop my second novel Adept. One of the things I tend to leave out in a hurried first draft is description. I went to see the film Allegiant this week, … Continue reading
As I said last week, I’m going to share with you on Writing Wednesdays how I’m creating my new novel Adept, the next in the Flight of the Kestrel series. I don’t know about you, but initially when I’m writing … Continue reading