Was 2018 a year that saw your writing become a priority or was it a year where maybe some things didn’t quite go as you’d planned them to? Either way, another year another blank chapter. Let this be the year you make the most of your writing dreams, talents, and hard work!
In 2018, I published two books and got the first drafts done on two more. I was offered a regular slot on the Writers in the Storm blog (look for my first post of 2019 there next week). I relaunched my Method Acting For Writers Course and gathered up a few brave souls to test out my newest course coming out very soon on writing strong female characters.
Additionally, I revamped my Pinterest account and went from 2K followers to 369K in under two months!!
I feel like I’m just getting started! Thanks for sticking around on this crazy journey with me!
Here are the most popular posts (as determined by website views) from 2018. If you’ve missed any of these now’s your chance to catch up. Maybe there’s one you want to revisit or share with friends.
Leave a comment and let me know what you’d like to see me write about in 2019.
#10 – 5 Pro Tips On Writing Deep Point Of View Effectively
#9 – 4 Ways To Be Invisible With Deep Point Of View
#8 – How To Write Fear Authentically Even If You Don’t Write Thrillers
#7 – Writing The Body Language Of Dominant Men
#6 – 5 Tips For Writing A Trauma Backstory
#5 – How To Write PTSD In Deep Point Of View
#4 – Why A Compelling Emotional Arc Means Your Character Has To Lose Something
#3 – 4 Ways To Replace Dialogue With Subtext Even New Writers Can Master
#2 – How To Write The Body Language Of Attraction Free PDF
#1 – What Is Deep POV And Why Should We Learn It?
Been told you should learn Deep Point Of View? Had an editor or critique partner tell you to “go deeper” with the emotions in your fiction? Looking for a community of writers seeking to create emotional connections with readers? Check out the Free Resource Hub and then join the Going Deeper With Emotions In Fiction Facebook group.
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