Hey, everybody! K. A. Parker here with your promised monthly update. Last month, I talked about going big creatively and why that’s important. For this post, I’m going to be backtracking and talking about reaching out a bit, but I’m also going to be talking about reaching in and digging deeper. Ready?Read More September 2018: Digging Deeper
Hi, everybody! Kaleiyah Prose here. Or, rather… it’ll be “K. A. Parker” soon. ‘Cause I’m (soft-)launching a Patreon page 😀 ! What’s Patreon? For those who don’t know, Patreon describes itself as a “a membership platform that makes it easy for creators to get paid.” In other words, it’s the patron-artist model of the Renaissance […]Read More Surprise Saturday: I’m (Soft-)Launching a Patreon Page!
I often say that writers are they own worst enemy when it comes to assessing their own work — that they become so attached to their own work that they don’t see hardly any of its flaws. Having a beta-reader, professional editor, or any completely unbiased thirty-party can mitigate much of the pain that comes […]Read More Writing Wednesday: 3 Ways to Assess Your Own Work More Effectively
If you’re in the middle of writing an epic scale novel/series, like I am, or even just trying to get a novella or short story together, chances are choosing who’s going to be your point of view (herein referred to as “POV”) character is driving you insane. Whether you’re worried about head-hopping or just delivering a […]Read More Writing Wednesday: Point-of-View Characters and How They Choose You