How to brainstorm your story idea into a working concept

Last time I shared my novel planning process with you, and promised I would look into the idea exploration part as well. We all have different ways to brainstorm and develop our creative ideas, and we use different tools to help us track our thinking (from Moleskin notebooks and napkins, to mind-mapping software  and spreadsheets). But at More...

Concept, Structure and Transformation – How to plan a novel

I’m almost finished with my revision of THE DEEP LINK – yay! But I’m so tired of working on the same thing for so long, I grind my teeth each time I open the document. So, to kick my writing spirits back into high gear, I already started working on my next novel. A standalone this time, in another […]

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The Writing Process – Blog Hop

Last week I’ve been tagged in a blog hop about the Writing Process, the roadmap that takes each writer from “What a cool idea” to “THE END, motherfucker!”. A big thanks for tagging me to Chris Votey, a fellow science-fiction writer I’ve met during this year’s crazy A to Z challenge. Chris is the author of the brand […]

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5 crazy things I did in my manuscript

Hey everybody! Long time since I last posted something. Well, since I’m still in the trenches (editing (which always means rewriting), working, baby-ing), I find it quite hard to stretch to topics that aren’t directly related to all that. So I’m gonna stick to the writing part of my recent occupations, since it’s most pertinent to what this […]

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From Fiction To Reality

Fiction to RealitySmart Tech Origin Stories

I’m not up to writing particularly useful posts at the moment, due to industrious editing efforts (yay!) and otherwise being caught up in baby-ing and day-job-ing. But I’ve got a cool infographic for you, that highlights some of the best (and most common) inventions from the past decades which science owes to SF. That’s right, BOW TO US, labcoated […]

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