Writing A Novel : What I Like…. This is a series offered by DaddyClaxton.com and ClaxtonCreative.com about the process of preparing and writing a novel. Presently, we are engaged in initial and exhaustive exercises designed first as a self-study following the logic that if one is going to invent characters to go inside a work
I am enrolled in the Writer’s Path novel writing program at SMU. The program features the use of Christopher Vogler’s The Writer’s Journey and the 12-points of the Hero’s Journey outlined by Joseph Campbell.
Writing A Novel: What I Do NOT Want To Be Remembered For Welcome to my series about writing a novel. We are in the beginning stages of a self-study designed to help one whether writing a novel or just interested in identifying ways to learn more about oneself. If you’ve not read the previous posts
Writing A Novel: A Self Study Of Me… At the suggestion of Robert McKee from his book, STORY, for more than a month now I have been carrying around stacks of plain, white 3 x 5 notecards and writing nearly everything I can think about on them. That is as it pertains to the process
Who Am I? The Self-Discovery Caused From Writing A Novel Somewhere back in time at 208 Fortress Street in base housing of the former Strategic Air Command’s K.I. Sawyer Air Force Base in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, I would sit at a kidney bean family heirloom desk with a children’s red type writer and
Writing A Novel: A Guide And Record Of How I’m Going To Do It It’s been about a month and a half now since I began an adventure and as yet, I’ve not really told many what I’m doing. As I sit here and type, I even have a hesitation, something akin to having had a