Plot bunnies can come from anywhere - we know that - but I actually mean it. In just this past month, I've had three short story ideas come from a handful of words I read in books I was reading.
Little steps still count as steps, and I am proud as hell with myself for these steps this week!
There's nothing wrong with having dreams and goals for yourself or your family - in fact, it's important. The best way to actually realize those goals, though, is to make some kind of concrete plan with steps you can follow to help you realize the end result.
Quote from Cassandra Clare's CHAIN OF GOLD
Tonks is the youngest cat in the household, and she's also the one who causes the most trouble. Go figure - she's also the one who spends the most time with me while I work, which is why she gets to go first in this category.
From Holly Black's THE WICKED KING
Meal planning may be a big fad, but it's also a big pain and kind of boring. Still, there is a way to meal plan that isn't too taxing and will still let you eat properly so you can get back to writing.
The antihero as a protagonist has gained in popularity in recent years, replacing the typical "always good" protagonists of the past. The comic book genre has embraced the antihero the best, but fiction is quickly closing the gap. So what, exactly, is an anithero?