Since our last interview, E.P. Wyck has been busy turning his NaNoWriMo story into a published book. We discuss his process from start to finish and all of the things he learned along the way.
You can find his debut novel on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Escape-Velocity-Black-Star-Chronicles-ebook/dp/B06XG7YJ77/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8
Visit his author page: amazon.com/author/epwyck
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And on Twitter: @epwyck
And you can find out more about 20BooksTo50K here: http://20booksto50k.com/forum/index.php
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So, I finished those first few chapters and now it's time to share them with a select group of people. Doing so was easier said than done!
In this episode I talk about whether or not it's possible to read your own writing objectively—and if it isn't, how do you stay motivated and keep your confidence up?
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While reading my new favorite book, I had an AHA moment. Sometimes the most memorable descriptions are the ones that aren't written down at all. In this episode, I discuss the concept of "invisible prose", and how this conflicts with my tendency to include a lot of description in my writing.
Here is that wonderful blog post I mentioned: Description - too much or too little?
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Frustrated with my procrastination habits and how they prevent me from getting the work done, I break them down and talk about how I combat them. I also give an update on my revision.
Here's that list of apps that will help you block out distractions while writing:
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