Materials

materials

This is a special page where you can find all the writing materials I have created or found and used while developing my novels. Also, check out my YouTube channel for more information on each document!

(Links with a ♠ in front of it denotes my own videos from my YouTube channel. The ones without are other writers’ or editors’ materials I have found to be helpful to my writing process.)

MAGIC

Starting your own Magic System – Even though there are only eight questions in this document, I believe that it’ll help any author start a completely new magic system within their fantasy novel. Document   Video

WORLD

Coming soon!

CHARACTER

Coming soon!

STORY

How to Write Short Stories – I take you step by step on my process of writing short stories. I hope this helps you start writing more of your own!

Tales of Wonderland: Writing Techniques for Fight Scenes – I found this article that talks about writing convincing fighting scenes. It goes over the three aspects of what to write, how to describe it, and how to write it. At the beginning and end of the article, they link their first and second parts of this fighting series. These two parts include advancing your story with fight scenes and creating the overall fight scene. Hope you all enjoy it!

MISCELLANEOUS

NaNoWriMo: Wrimo Companion App – This app helps you keep up with your word count each day of the NaNoWriMo challenge. Check it out in the app store on your cell or tablet. And check out my short video tutorial to get you started!

SITES FOR WRITERS

Better Novel Project – Christine has deconstructed three of the best-selling novels in order to find out what it takes to get your story to the next level. She even has a master outline!

Creative Penn – Joanna Penn has so much information for writers, it might take you a day or two to go through it all. However, it is all worth it. She is an intelligent woman and has a lot of experience to give to others who love to write.

NaNoWriMo – National Novel Writing Month is a yearly challenge writers of all types and ages try to complete. It starts with writing a story of 50,000 words (or more) in the month of November. Anyone who completes the challenge is an official winner! Want to take the challenge?

Standout Books – From writing my first book blurb to discerning the key steps of marketing my book, this site has helped me a lot with my debut novel. I hope it can help you too.

Write or Die – This is a great way to get motivated to write. Because if you don’t, you die. Well. . . not really. Your eardrums just burst from painful sounds booming through your laptop’s speakers. But why would you as a writer want to subject yourself to that? Because it motivates you to write. (There are different versions for your phone, and a full version you can buy. However, you can just use the ‘Try It’ version for free and for as many times as you want.)