Genre. Novel genres specifically have been a bane to my existence since I started on this writer excursion. It was a hurdle I did not think I would have, but here I am years later trying to peg what genre category my work falls into. Finally, I believe I have nailed that down.
We’re into a new month and now we have a new goal on the horizon.
I wanted to try something a little different in this post. in the simplest way I can put it, this post is about my personal writing process. I hope to help others that may be trying to find their’s.
Well, you probably knew this was coming. You had to have known this was coming. So let’s get cracking and take a look at the writing in Avengers: Infinity War.
I am often involved in some interesting exchanges on Facebook. I belong to a couple different writers groups there and I try to help out as best I can if I have something constructive or helpful to say in response to writers and their questions. But a few weeks ago, a a topic was posted that really got the home fires burning. People came down on one side of the other and it was a powder keg topic. Some writers run away from those kind of topics because they don’t want to be involved in any kind of conflict whatsoever. I think that living in a dream world and that you sometimes just have to draw a line in the sand and give an opinion one way or another. This was one of those times and this is exactly what I did in reference to profanity and vulgar story elements in novels and having a rating system.