Being a Better Writer: Character Development and Character Growth — A Writer’s Path

by Max Florschutz Characters. There’s no force more central to any story you tell. Be it a run-and-gun thriller or a dramatic love dodecahedron, a tale focused around a lone wanderer exploring a crumbling city or a baker expanding her rivalry with a butcher (that last one sounds like a potential rom-com, doesn’t […] via Being… Continue reading Being a Better Writer: Character Development and Character Growth — A Writer’s Path

Write What You Know: Sage Advice or Hogwash? — A Writer’s Path

by Brenda Hill While writing my first novel, I attended a lot of classes and read tons of how-to books. “Show, Don’t Tell” was a mantra I heard from most writing instructors, and it’s a technique writers must master in order for the material to come alive in the readers’ minds. It’s also […] via Write… Continue reading Write What You Know: Sage Advice or Hogwash? — A Writer’s Path

Writers Need to Rethink Rewrites — A Writer’s Path

by smwright Rewrites have a negative connotation in the writing world, and when listening to some writers talk about them, you’d suspect they were on par with a root canal! I’m well up to my head in revisions for my SciFi novel right now, but you won’t catch me griping about them. Revisions […] via Writers… Continue reading Writers Need to Rethink Rewrites — A Writer’s Path

Why I Don’t Write Every Day — A Writer’s Path

by Phoebe Quinn My Twitter timeline is awash with urging. Write every day. Even if it’s for ten minutes. Just write. Write well and often. And so on. But, should you really be writing every day? via Why I Don’t Write Every Day — A Writer’s Path

Horror Festival Testimonial – May 25 2020

Menos es Más Producciones Amazing festival! Great organization and communication throughout the whole process. We loved to receive the audience feedback, since we weren´t able to attend. Hopefully, we can meet everyone next year! Submit via FilmFreeway, the exclusive way our festival accepts submissions.: