IZZY MAY I EVENT

Izzy May I: The Write Catalyst

Hey hey, my loves. Welcome back to “Izzy May I.” To start us off again, here’s an excellent question someone asked me yesterday: What is the initial incident that springs your main character(s) towards your story’s main plot? Advertisements

Izzy May I: The Write Open Ending

Simple question. Novels with open endings, Do you love them or hate them? ~*~

Izzy May I: The Write Prompt

Hey, everyone. How’s today treating you so far? My grandma, who I didn’t get the chance to know as much as I would’ve loved to, (she lived in another country), passed away last Monday.

Izzy May I: The Write Element

Also in response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Fill In the Blank.” Three people walk into a bar . . . and have a deep conversation with yours truly. We’ve talked about what makes an effective book cover, to us, in this post. But the conversation didn’t tip all the way over to what we’d like for our own book covers.

Izzy May I: The Write Female

What makes a strong female protagonist/antagonist?

Izzy May I: The Write Details

First impressions matter. They have a great impact in establishing or disguising a character’s true nature. But how much detail is enough to introduce a main character and still entice readers to flip to the next page?

Tuesday Mashup of Thanksgiving

I’ve combined my appreciation post with my response to Jennifer Nichole Wells’ One Word Photo Challenge: Sun Awards