Scrivener makes a great gift for all writers, especially those who don’t mind adapting to new software.
I can tell you right now that the editing process is going to be Extremely Fun.
The point of this post is to explain why I have written prologues in the past, and why Gray Haze will not have one. I will also offer tips on how to write them so readers won’t be tempted to skip them.
I just finished the *new* Chapter 14! That means I only have three bonus chapters left in Part 1!
In this post I want to address the insecurities many writers face specifically. First, I’m going to rank them by the degree to which they affect me. Then I am going to explain why they are completely valid and unnecessary, and we should all just Stop It right now or else.
I announced that I finished Part 1 on May 31st. I haven’t added to the manuscript since then, so it still stands at 61,534 words.