Monday, December 20, 2010

Writing a home run story

Yes, I'm directing you over to StoryFix yet again, this time for the first part in a 2 part series on How to Write a Home Run Story in 2011.

The first point in this article that leapt out at me was:

Perhaps, in 2011, you should do something different.

I love playing around with ideas, writing new things outside my usual genre.
Which gets me thinking...how will I shake things up in 2011?
How will you?

4 comments:

Lacey Devlin said...

Oh I do like that quote! Heading over to read it now :)

Kerrin said...

well, seeing as i'm going to be studying for early childhood degree next year, it will be enough just to write a complete story too!
Good luck with shaking it up - i always love your stories and really looking forward to Wild Nights hitting the bookshops in Jan!
Have a great christmas!!

Nicola Marsh said...

Yeah, that quote really struck home with me too, Lacey.

Nicola Marsh said...

Wow, you're going to be super busy next year, Kerrin!

Hope you and the family have a lovely Christmas too x