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how can you get the books you want on your shelves?
you.
1. don’t be afraid of customer service.
2. love librarians
3. leave reviews
finally, participate in publishing events.
so pick up your sword…err…your reading power! request books, read books, and review books!
but many writers might be asking themselves what to do now.
1. do not—and i repeat—do not immediately start querying
 
2. edit
3. work on that query, synopsis, and pitch
in the end, nanowrimo is a fantastic starting point, and you should be proud of your work and accomplishments.
this year, i had three writing goals.
1.
2.
3.
first, goal 1. barnes & noble!
how was this accomplished?
in regards to goal 2,
how was this accomplished?
so now, we come down to the agents.
how was this accomplished?
on a side note,
why am i sharing this with you?
because creating and meeting goals as a writer is hard…and often unpredictable.
i jumped at every opportunity i could
so what’s my tip?
for every “realistic” goal you set, set a crazy “unrealistic” one, too.
setting goals causes you to miracle jump over that hurdle you thought you couldn’t even climb on your best days.
scrivener is a writing software
let me start out by saying i went into this skeptical as hell.
i love scrivener, too.
1.
the layout
2. character board
 
3. cancel out feature (compose)
in all honestly? the free download sold me.
my latest new discovery was the simple notes app, which is a syncing tool that allows me to take my scrivener files wherever i want through my phone.
now, i will give word its dues.
so what about transferring files?
1. the villain is the hero in their own book
2. avoid clichés
3. overall storyline
challenge yourself
by expanding your palate on genres, mediums, and cultures, you will expand your understanding on creating villains, destroying villains, and more.
so who wants a writing prompt?
take an average everyday role and exaggerate it to villain status.
p.s. thanks for having me, wizard world comic con! i had an absolute blast! 
also, i’ll be at yallfest in charleston, south carolina this saturday! 
i will post articles only on mondays.
i am cutting back on social media, but i hope you all understand.😀
see you around the blogosphere.
wait!
did i mention bad bloods is on sale during november?
get the entire bad bloods series for only $2.99 today!
bad bloods: november rain (free)
bad bloods: november snow
i take one month off of regular blogging and social media every year for many reasons.
it allows me to reevaluate my schedule, goals, and how to correlate them for the next year.
it gives me a break!
if there is anything you want to see in 2017, let me know! 
1. no. reading is not an option: 
2. the 90-10 rule for marketing and writing, and how to love it: 
3. the truth behind an author’s instagram:
4. help! my female character is flat:
5. naming your characters
:
6. writing quicksand
7. my protagonist and illiteracy:
 
8
an author who fears public speaking:
9. how to create book teasers on a small budget
10. writing tips for love interests:
also, book links! :d 
bad bloods: november rain (free)
bad bloods: november snow
the timely death trilogy
minutes before sunset 
(free) 
seconds before sunrise
death before daylight
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em what can i do to get this book?
how can you get the books you want on your shelves?
you.
1. don’t be afraid of customer service.
2. love librarians
3. leave reviews
finally, participate in publishing events.
so pick up your sword…err…your reading power! request books, read books, and review books!
but many writers might be asking themselves what to do now.
1. do not—and i repeat—do not immediately start querying
 
2. edit
3. work on that query, synopsis, and pitch
in the end, nanowrimo is a fantastic starting point, and you should be proud of your work and accomplishments.
this year, i had three writing goals.
1.
2.
3.
first, goal 1. barnes & noble!
how was this accomplished?
in regards to goal 2,
how was this accomplished?
so now, we come down to the agents.
how was this accomplished?
on a side note,
why am i sharing this with you?
because creating and meeting goals as a writer is hard…and often unpredictable.
i jumped at every opportunity i could
so what’s my tip?
for every “realistic” goal you set, set a crazy “unrealistic” one, too.
setting goals causes you to miracle jump over that hurdle you thought you couldn’t even climb on your best days.
scrivener is a writing software
let me start out by saying i went into this skeptical as hell.
i love scrivener, too.
1.
the layout
2. character board
 
3. cancel out feature (compose)
in all honestly? the free download sold me.
my latest new discovery was the simple notes app, which is a syncing tool that allows me to take my scrivener files wherever i want through my phone.
now, i will give word its dues.
so what about transferring files?
1. the villain is the hero in their own book
2. avoid clichés
3. overall storyline
challenge yourself
by expanding your palate on genres, mediums, and cultures, you will expand your understanding on creating villains, destroying villains, and more.
so who wants a writing prompt?
take an average everyday role and exaggerate it to villain status.
p.s. thanks for having me, wizard world comic con! i had an absolute blast! 
also, i’ll be at yallfest in charleston, south carolina this saturday! 
i will post articles only on mondays.
i am cutting back on social media, but i hope you all understand.😀
see you around the blogosphere.
wait!
did i mention bad bloods is on sale during november?
get the entire bad bloods series for only $2.99 today!
bad bloods: november rain (free)
bad bloods: november snow
i take one month off of regular blogging and social media every year for many reasons.
it allows me to reevaluate my schedule, goals, and how to correlate them for the next year.
it gives me a break!
if there is anything you want to see in 2017, let me know! 
1. no. reading is not an option: 
2. the 90-10 rule for marketing and writing, and how to love it: 
3. the truth behind an author’s instagram:
4. help! my female character is flat:
5. naming your characters
:
6. writing quicksand
7. my protagonist and illiteracy:
 
8
an author who fears public speaking:
9. how to create book teasers on a small budget
10. writing tips for love interests:
also, book links! :d 
bad bloods: november rain (free)
bad bloods: november snow
the timely death trilogy
minutes before sunset 
(free) 
seconds before sunrise
death before daylight
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you need the world, and the world needs good people. search shannon a thompson home about me novels bad bloods november rain november snow extras reviews the timely death trilogy minutes before sunset seconds before sunrise death before daylight extras reviews take me tomorrow extras reviews other contact events services reviews youtube #mondayblogs dear readers, harness your power 5 dec i want this book, but it wasn’t in the store. i wish i could find more books by this author, or about this topic, or with these types of characters. i want more inclusive books. i want diverse books. i want debut authors. but why is that book online and not in the store? why doesn’t my library carry that one book? really though, i’m asking one question. what can i do to get this book? readers, i hear you. trust me, i hear you. i cannot tell you how many times i’ve heard questions like these—and asked them myself at one point. but there is a solution. how can you get the books you want on your shelves? you. you have the power. you have always had the power. and you can harness that power any day you want. how? check out these tips below. 1. don’t be afraid of customer service. readers e-mail me all the time to ask if they can get my books in barnes & noble. (yes. you can.) it’s on their website and on their shelves in various stores—but not always. if it isn’t on the shelf in your local b&n, that’s where you come into play. that’s where customer service helps. that’s where you ask them, and they order it in, and you get a copy, and the store takes note that someone wanted something they didn’t have on the shelf. the more you ask, the more b&n and other stores will cater to your needs. so make demands! shout to them from the rooftops! grab your pitchfork-pens and take over! (okay. sorry. just kidding. but seriously…don’t fear customer service. they’re readers like you and me.) 2. love librarians libraries. talk to them. ask for books they don’t have. if you are able to help, ask them if there is a way you can get your favorites on the shelf. sometimes, you can donate. sometimes, they look into getting ebooks for you, too. a friend of mine even got a prerelease arc from the library. there are a million options available in your local libraries, including getting your favorite authors to visit. (how cool would that be?) embrace that library. move in if you can. (okay. that last bit was another joke…but it would be pretty fun, huh?) extra tips: tell everyone you know about that book you love, including that random dude at the store. if you can wear a custom t-shirt with said book on it, even better. ;)  3. leave reviews i cannot tell you how many times i am standing behind a booth or a signing table and someone walks up, pulls out their phone, and checks out my books online…along with your reviews. i once had a very enthusiastic gentleman read a few of your reviews out loud…to my face…in front of a dozen other readers. (thank goodness they were positive. i could’ve died from embarrassment.) point is, your thoughts count. your feelings matter. take a minute to share them with the world. (but preferably not to my face at an event…unless it’s positive. okay? i’m clearly fragile.) finally, participate in publishing events. various publishers, agents, authors, etc., run events weekly, both through social media and out in the real world. (gasp. the real world. *shudders away*) whether you’re online or out and about, this is an opportune time to be heard, and trust me, publishers are listening. in fact, their job is to listen. they want to publish what you want. that is their end goal. so, don’t be afraid to speak up about topics, characters, settings, genres, etc. that you want to see. we are listening. (and probably writing notes down at the same time.) so pick up your sword…err…your reading power! request books, read books, and review books! you do make a difference, and us writers love you dearly for it. ~sat share this:facebooktwitterpinteresttumblremailgooglelinkedinprintlike this:like loading... tags: authors, book, book blog, book blogger, book review, books, customer service, diverse, get authors to visit your library, library, power, read, reader, reading, request books, review books, we need diverse books, ya, young adult comments 4 comments categories relax & read #mondayblogs when nanowrimo is over 28 nov nanowrimo, or national novel writing month, is a lot of fun for many writers, and it can be that stepping stone that forces you to sit down and finish that draft you’ve been trying to complete for years. whether you hit that 50,000-word milestone or not, i want to congratulate you, because—guess what??—you sat down, you got to work, and you wrote something that mattered to you. that is worth celebrating. but many writers might be asking themselves what to do now. edit? query? write more? the answer will be different for everyone, but here are my three universal tips for nanowrimo writers. (and, again, congratulations! you. are. awesome. never stop writing.) 1. do not—and i repeat—do not immediately start querying nanowrimo’s goal is to get 50,000 words down. and while 50,000 words is certainly an accomplishment, it’s definitely a first draft. querying now will only hurt you. in fact, working on a query letter at this point might not even be necessary—because a lot changes from a first draft to the final product—but that’s different for everyone. sometimes, i like to write query letters before i write a book, just to make sure i understand my concepts and direction. this, of course, never becomes my final query or synopsis, but it helps to have a first draft of everything all at once. that way, i can see how my story changes and shapes over time. so what are you supposed to do with a first draft? extra tip: make a plan. set more deadlines, like nanowrimo. maybe december can be drafting a query letter, synopsis, and pitch month.  2. edit well, first, i normally tell writers to walk away for a little bit. three weeks might seem like a long time, but it’ll distance you from your work…and your blind love might clear up. this is when you can see your plot holes, flat characters, and other flaws that definitely need fixing. take word count for example. nanowrimo only requires a 50,000-word document, and while this is ideal for mg books, 50,000 words isn’t a great word count for an adult novel or even a ya fantasy. while 50,000 is an amazing accomplishment (please do not get me wrong), you’re more than likely going to receive automatic rejections because your word count is off. i know. i know. word count isn’t everything. in fact, i think pacing matters more. but what’s the brutal truth for debuts? when your word count is off, it tells agents and publishers that you don’t know your genre or market (even if you do). figure out your ideal word count here—and try to get it there. don’t bank your entire career on being an exception to the rule. 3. work on that query, synopsis, and pitch your novel isn’t the only piece of work needing attention. now that you have a complete and edited draft, writing that dreaded query comes into play…and more often than not, query letters and pitches take just as long as editing does. thankfully, there are plenty of helpful places to learn about this process, like queryshark and the query critique calendar (where you can get one-on-one help during competitions). in the end, nanowrimo is a fantastic starting point, and you should be proud of your work and accomplishments. but it’s only one part of this wonderful journey. take your time. publishing is never a race. and make friends along the way. writing should be fun, after all. try to enjoy all that comes along with it, including everything after the end. ~sat share this:facebooktwitterpinteresttumblremailgooglelinkedinprintlike this:like loading... tags: 000 words, 50, after nanowrimo, editing, editing tips, how to get published, i wrote a novel, nanowrimo, nanowrimo editing tips, national novel writing month, novel writing, pitch, pub tips, publish, publishing, publishing tips, query, query letter, queryshark, synopsis, word count, word count for books, write, writing tips comments 12 comments categories writing #mondayblogs dear writers, 2017 can be your year! 21 nov this year, i had three writing goals. 1. i wanted to sign one of my books during a barnes & noble event. 2. i wanted to attend a book convention as an author (booth and all!) 3. i wanted—and this one i thought i’d never reach—to receive a full request from a literary agent. i’m proud to say i reached all of these goals and more. in fact, i’m going to break my experiences down and explain, but trust me, there’s a reason for this article beyond just me and my goals, so stick with me for a bit. first, goal 1. barnes & noble! i hosted not one, not two, not three, but four barnes & noble signings, including a valentine’s day romance author event in wichita, kansas and bfest in kansas city, missouri and overland park, kansas. there was nothing like signing in a barnes & noble my late mother took me to as a kid, where she used to tell me i could write a book one day. it was priceless. how was this accomplished? to be honest, no one in my hometown ever returned my phone calls. not once. i was terrified of calling barnes & noble after quite a few disinterested phone calls and e-mails and in-person meetings. then, ctp author tamara grantham invited me to her local b&n during the vday event in wichita, kansas. this is a five-hour drive for me…and i work a night shift. but you know what? i jumped at the opportunity to attend. and that one event opened up all the other stores to me. now, i have a great relationship with one right down the street from my new house. (and i write in there all the time.) barnes & noble events in regards to goal 2, i attended not one, but two conventions as an author. the first one being penned con in st. louis, where i shared a booth with the wonderful natasha hanova. the second convention was wizard world comic con in tulsa, oklahoma…where i also had the amazing opportunity to be a panelist on villains vs. villains. on top of that, i have plans in the works to attend more next year. this was an opportunity i never planned nor saw coming, but i’m eternally grateful for it. i had a blast! (and now i’m the owner of a pusheen plushie and a sailor moon blanket…and a cat t-shirt…and fudge…) i also attended a writer’s conference—the mwg annual conference—and i went to yallfest in south carolina as a reader. how was this accomplished? anyone who has ever attended a conference knows it takes planning. in fact, most conferences ask you to buy your booth a year in advance, which i did with penned con in st. louis back in 2015 when i attended as a reader to see if i liked it or not. the person sharing my booth changed three times, but it all worked out in the end, and i had a blast! out of the blue, i was invited to wizard world comic con through genese davis, who knew…tamara grantham. (tamara is the best, can’t you tell?) i never expected to be a speaker, and here i was, driving five hours to speak about what makes characters evil. spoiler alert. worth it. but more than half of these events weren’t planned, so keep your mind open! conventions and conferences so now, we come down to the agents. the reason i said i never thought a full would happen is because i haven’t traditionally queried since 2007…and a lot has changed since then. i set out to challenge myself by joining competitions and making connections. much to my surprise (and shock), i received my first full almost right away—in the first week of february—and i’ve had the utmost joy of working with a few agents ever since on numerous fulls and even a few revise and resubmits. how was this accomplished? i joined every online competition/opportunity i could to reach out to the writing community. honestly, even if you’re not looking for an agent, these competitions are the bomb. (does anyone say that anymore? no? oh, well.) i love them, and i plan on joining more of them if i can in the future. that being said, most of my fulls (and even my revise and resubmits) came from the slush pile. yes. the slush pile. writing those query letters, getting feedback from writing friends, and sending off every e-mail one by one until someone gave me more feedback or took a bite actually works. i wish i could say more…but alas, this situation is pending.😉 don’t fear the slush. on a side note, i also managed to complete two manuscripts and publish two ya novels with clean teen publishing! …and i work a full-time day job. (not going to lie, i’m totally exhausted. but it’s been a great year!) manuscripts and books! why am i sharing this with you? because creating and meeting goals as a writer is hard…and often unpredictable. when i wrote down my three goals for 2016 on a little green sticky note that i kept on the back of my desk (it looks pretty torn up and ugly now), i never thought i would reach most of them (and more) within the first two months. i could attribute it all to luck (which of course comes into play), and i could definitely cite connections (thank you again, tamara and natasha and genese and and and!), but i have to be kind to myself, too. i jumped at every opportunity i could, even if that meant i would be up for 48 hours straight and driving for 5…and spend some extra money that, logically, i shouldn’t have. (but definitely don’t regret.) right now, i work three jobs, including being an author, and i’m more exhausted than not. but i know following my dream is worth it. somewhere in my gut i am always filled with excitement and hope and energy…and every now and then, all of this work leads me somewhere unpredictable and wonderful. so what’s my tip? beyond basic goal setting advice, i am going to stick my neck out there and say something crazy. for every “realistic” goal you set, set a crazy “unrealistic” one, too. why? because maybe “unrealistic” isn’t so unrealistic once you get started, but setting it will force you to get started. setting goals causes you to miracle jump over that hurdle you thought you couldn’t even climb on your best days. for me, i honestly believed most of the goals i set for 2016 were unreachable…or at least would take a very, very long time. why? because i had tried to accomplish them before and failed. 2016, for me, was the year of reaching failed goals. 2016, for me, became the year “unrealistic” became a reality. 2017 can be yours. ~sat share this:facebooktwitterpinteresttumblremailgooglelinkedinprintlike this:like loading... tags: 2017 writing goals, agents, author, author life, clean teen publishing, competitions, finishing a manuscript, literary agents, meeting goals, publishing, publishing tips, query, query tips, querying, revise and resubmit, setting 2017 goals, setting goals, what’s it like to be an author, word count, writing, writing advice, writing conferences, writing conventions, writing is hard, writing tips, yallfest comments 13 comments categories monday blogs #mondayblogs writers, should you get scrivener? 14 nov i’m a writer. nowadays that means spending a lot of time on a computer, typing away word after word until the glorious moment of the end is reached. granted, i don’t always type. my favorite two tools remain a pen and paper. oh! and sticky notes. but i’m also open-minded. i love trying new technologies like dragon speak or character planner on my android. recently—and i know i’m super late to this writing party—i downloaded scrivener. for those of you who don’t know, scrivener is a writing software. it claims to help organize the chaos in your mind by supporting numerous ways to view, edit, and write in your manuscripts. it’s available for windows and mac, it’s $45, and there’s a free download to try out. let me start out by saying i went into this skeptical as hell. i love, love, love microsoft word, and i’ve lived on word since…well, as long as i’ve been alive. (literally.) in word, i have a system. i have files. i know what to click on when i need it. word is my first and only love…right? well, it’s safe to say i learned a lesson. i love scrivener, too. why? honestly, there are quite a few reasons, but i don’t plan on keeping you on here forever, so i’ll only name my top three. one thing that’s super popular, for instance, is the corkboard, but i won’t list it here since it’s not in my top three. definitely check out their website to see other features, since these are only a few. 1. the layout in the screenshot below, from left to right, you can see my book’s outline and notes in what’s called the “binder”, the synopsis notecard, the chapter i’m drafting, the current status, and my character inspiration. i love being able to have everything in one place all the time—and i can change whatever i’m seeing whenever i want. i love being able to look at two documents and a photo at once. this saves me so much time. in word, i kept flipping back and forth between documents, forgetting things, and having to flip back all over again. yes, i can get one or two documents on my screen in word, but scrivener makes it much easier to adjust size and visibility, all while accessing whatever i need without leaving the program. scrivener double screen 2. character board for me, i love having my characters photos and notes in one place. i often use pinterest to find inspiration, but this can be a deadly game when writing. if i need something, i might end up on my pinterest for an hour before i realize i’m not working. in scrivener, i can keep my photos (and notes) right next to my manuscript without going down the internet rabbit holes to find something. and scrivener also comes with character profiles that ask for basic descriptions, background info, and more.  character board in scrivener 3. cancel out feature (compose) as an editor and a writer, i spend my workweek and my free time on the exact same laptop. this can cause a lot of distractions for me. as an example? in word, i might minimize my manuscript to open up another document…only to see my work folder and recall something i need to do. it also opens up the internet for me…and then, my add is in full swing. but scrivener saved me. scrivener allows me to fill up my screen (as does word), but scrivener allows me to flip back and forth through numerous documents, photos, and screenshots of websites without having to actually exit or risk getting distracted. if i use another tool known as quick reference, too, i can have numerous documents open while in this mode as well. below is a quick reference note next to my current chapter in compose mode. this mode can also be modified to show pictures, themes, and other fun scenarios. quick reference in compose mode on scrivener in all honestly? the free download sold me. i loved that they allowed me to open it 30 times—rather than put a time limit of 30 days on it—and the tutorials paved the rest of the way. listen, when you open it, it might be overwhelming. (it freaked me out.) but i took the tutorials, figured out all the tools, and got to work. i will confess to one thing. the tutorial took me about 3 hours. granted, i was taking the time to log off of the tutorial to try everything out with a novel rather than work through the tutorial videos. anddddd i’m still learning new capabilities. (for instance, while writing this piece, i figured out how to move my notecards around on my corkboard. so far, the corkboard isn’t something i personally use. i prefer my sticky notes on my office wall. but it’s a great tool.) my latest new discovery was the simple notes app, which is a syncing tool that allows me to take my scrivener files wherever i want through my phone. i have a feeling i’ll be using that way too often. now, i will give word its dues. i still work on word. i always transfer my drafts to word, because i find word’s editing software—specifically track changes—more universal with my clients and easier to handle, even for myself. so, as an editor, i use word and only word. that being said, scrivener has an editing tool, specifically screenshots that will save numerous versions as you work through your book, but i haven’t been sold on that yet. it seems too complicated and a bit confusing and disorganized. however, that could be me and just the way my brain works. maybe one day i’ll love editing on it, too. in fact, simple notes (the app stated above) is forcing me to embrace it as i type this. (and word has a syncing app as well.) for now, though, i transfer everything to word in the end. so what about transferring files? one of the best parts is the ability to transfer a scrivener file into a word file. it also formats your manuscript for querying or publishing. if you’re like me—and struggle way too hard to get page 1 on page 5—you will love that feature. but why take my word on it? download the free sample (a sample that doesn’t require a credit card for once!) and check it out. here’s their website. i wish i had tried it earlier. ~sat share this:facebooktwitterpinteresttumblremailgooglelinkedinprintlike this:like loading... tags: cork board, creating characters, dragon speak, free, manuscripts, novel writing, publish, publishing, scrivener, scrivener character planner, scrivener for writers, scrivener free download, scrivener program, scrivener review, scrivener screenshots, simple note, software review, tools for writers, write, writing, writing advice, writing apps, writing programs for mac, writing software, writing tips comments 17 comments categories writing tips #mondayblogs writing, creating, and loving villains 7 nov wizard world comic con invited me to speak on the panel villains vs. villains with authors genese davis, jack burgos, and ra jones last month, and i loved it! we had a great time talking about what makes a villain likable, memorable, or just plain evil. today, since i know so many of you couldn’t make it, i thought i’d share some of the awesome points brought up during the discussion. wizard world comic con villain crew. from left to right, ra jones, genese davis, shannon a. thompson, jack burgos. first, there are so many different ways to tackle a villain. in regards to creating a person as the villain (rather than society or nature), you have the evil villain, the villain we love to hate, the sympathetic villain, the group of villains, and more. but here are my top three rules to keep in mind when creating any type of villain for your novel. 1. the villain is the hero in their own book much like the sidekicks do not exist just to support the hero—as they say, your friends don’t exist just to support you, right?—the villain follows the same rule. they do not exist just to antagonize the hero. they have their own lives, desires, wishes, and fears. in my opinion, the best villains are the ones who believe they are the hero. if you had to write the story from their side, you could (even if you don’t agree with them). a great example of this is…history. just look at the years and decades that came before us. some of the worst, most vile human beings thought they were doing the right thing. a modern example of this is valentine in the mortal instruments by cassandra clare. 2. avoid clichés i hate hate hate the scorned woman villain trope. in fact, i hate the scorned man villain trope, too. just because their lover—or their family—dies in the beginning, they become this crazy, evil maniac (generally for world domination and revenge), and it becomes…yawn. why? i think it’s a little silly. (and i say this as someone who has lost a mother, a friend, and more.) while revenge is a-okay in my villain book, i think we can tone it down from world domination and get a little more personal, like—i don’t know—ruining one person’s life? some clichés that were brought up included evil british doctors, (doctors of any sort, actually), and those that are just plain offensive, like people with disabilities who are evil because of their disabilities. (please. seriously. stop.) like with writing any character, research is key. make sure you’re writing a genuine person who adds to the market in a unique way. 3. overall storyline the villain doesn’t always have to lose. they could also tell the story or become good by the end. i’m dying for a book where the villain and hero become best friends (whether or not that’s a good thing or not), and i love it when the relationships between a hero and villain blurs. one of my favorite examples of this that i’m currently watching is the k2, a kdrama where the hero and villain have quite the interesting dynamic. which brings me to my next point. challenge yourself read books outside your favorite genre. try reading the original comic books of those movies you’ve seen. watch shows you wouldn’t normally try. personally, i love kdramas and anime, and i think they have some awesome examples of villains that i don’t see as much of in western shows. by expanding your palate on genres, mediums, and cultures, you will expand your understanding on creating villains, destroying villains, and more. if you read and watch the same types of stories over and over, you will most likely write the same types of villains. so who wants a writing prompt? let’s take the villains we love to hate. how do you create one? one brought up by our crowd was dolores umbridge from harry potter. honestly, she’s always reminded me that super strict substitute teacher everyone hated in middle school. so, here’s your prompt. take an average everyday role and exaggerate it to villain status. in umbridge’s case, she could’ve started off as that substitute teacher. figure out what annoys you at the core (in this case, “by the book” rules, even when those rules can be destructive or harmful or hurtful). try someone who is nosy. try someone who is stuck-up or cruel. play with “good” roles, too. if you have a great coach for instance, you can also have a terrible one. any role can be a good one to play with when it comes to creating a villain. it’s all about their personality…and how evil they can get. now go take over the world. just kidding. ~sat wizard world comic con: shannon a thompson p.s. thanks for having me, wizard world comic con! i had an absolute blast! if anyone is curious about their 2017 schedule, check it out by clicking here. i’m excited to announce that i’m working with the convention to return next year. we will see! keep your fingers crossed for me. i am working hard to travel more and speak at different events around the country. if you’re a reader and want me at an event near you, be sure to e-mail their staff and let them know! your input helps! (and i will love you forever.) also, i’ll be at yallfest in charleston, south carolina this saturday! if you want to meet up, just shoot me an e-mail at shannonathompson@aol.com. i would love to see you! share this:facebooktwitterpinteresttumblremailgooglelinkedinprintlike this:like loading... tags: anime, avoiding stereotypes in fiction, best friend villains, book fest, charleston, clichés, comic con, convention, cosplay, creating villains, female villains, genese davis, great villains, harry potter, jack burgos, kdrama, publish, publishing, ra jones, south carolina, the k2, the villain is the hero, the villain is the hero in their story, villains, what makes a villain evil, what makes a villain memorable, wizard world comic con, write, writing advice, writing tips, writing villains, ya books, yallfest, young adult, young adult villains, young villains comments 3 comments categories uncategorized i am back! (with changes & celebration!) 1 nov i’m back! (as promised.) and below, you can read about new changes coming to www.shannonathompson.com. i will post articles only on mondays. these articles will be brand-new writing tips and publishing advice across various spectrums. i am discontinuing my website wonders and ketchup series, and i’m officially stepping away from coffee & cats, my youtube channel. i know how many of you love youtube and want me on it—and i promise to try to make a video every now and then—but youtube is extremely time-consuming for me, and i think that time would best be served in finishing my next books…which brings me to this. i am cutting back on social media, but i hope you all understand.😀 between my day job and writing, i don’t see many weekends…or even step outside my house that often. and i think living life helps writing just as much as continuing to write helps writing. i need more time to do both. by cutting back on social media and blogging, i will be able to finish books faster, schedule more signings, read more books, and cuddle with my three gremlins. i mean, my cats. i look forward to these changes and to the new, upcoming year. see you around the blogosphere. ~sat wait! did i mention bad bloods is on sale during november? get the entire bad bloods series for only $2.99 today! i  mean, really, what better time to read books set in november than in november? bad bloods: november rain (free) amazon, barnes & noble, ibooks, kobo, smashwords, goodreads bad bloods: november snow amazon, barnes & noble, ibooks, kobo, smashwords, goodreads share this:facebooktwitterpinteresttumblremailgooglelinkedinprintlike this:like loading... tags: author, bad bloods, blog, free book, free books, kindle, november books, november rain, november snow, november., publish, publishing, sale, shannon a thompson, write, writer, writing tips, ya, ya books, young adult comments 4 comments categories author announcements bye bye blogging (for now) 1 oct don’t be afraid! don’t be! every year i do this, but i know many of you are new, so here’s a little explanation. i am taking a month off of blogging and social media in general. while november was last year’s doom and gloom month, this year i have chosen october. but what do i mean by “taking time off”? i’ll still be writing, editing, and poking my head in on my social media accounts every now and then, but i won’t be around as much. why? i take one month off of regular blogging and social media every year for many reasons. it allows me to reevaluate my schedule, goals, and how to correlate them for the next year. it gives me a break! little shannon reading her first book to her elementary class. (i bet i reevaluated myself back then, too.) i blog three times a week, all year long. (i used to blog every other day, without fail.) and i’m only human. i get really tired. i get overwhelmed. and sometimes, i just need some space to take care of myself outside the blogosphere that i love so very much. which…reminds me. if there is anything you want to see in 2017, let me know! i love hearing from you, and your opinions matter to me.❤ again, i’ll still be around! (and don’t be surprised if i come back early—i did last year.) but until then. thanks for understanding! if you’re here while i’m on break, and you want some great articles to check out, below is a list of my top ten articles from this year. 1. no. reading is not an option: as a full-time editor and author, i have come across more and more writers who believe they don’t have to read in order to be a writer. i adamantly disagree, and i stand by my opinion—and stephen king’s opinion—that you must read a lot in order to be a writer. so go out there and fall in love with reading again. 2. the 90-10 rule for marketing and writing, and how to love it: writing is hard. it’s a business. i stay organized with my writing-marketing calendar, and i truly believe a lot of writers could help themselves by trying to organize themselves that way. it’s easy to get lost in marketing (and harder to swallow the fact that, yes, you must market, a lot, no matter how you’re published), but you can learn to love it, and you can guarantee you don’t forget to write with a few little reminders. 3. the truth behind an author’s instagram: i really want to write articles like this for all my social medias, because it is important for authors (and readers) to remember that social media—while fun—isn’t the whole picture. i know we show our highlight reels every day, and things seem perfect, and everyone’s life appears wonderful, but like i mentioned above, writing is hard. writing is a career. writing is more than sitting around and coming up with ideas, and i hope this showed how social media can warp that, even though social media is still a lot of fun. 4. help! my female character is flat: while writing my latest manuscript, i realized my female character was flat. how? because i was holding her back. why? because i was afraid. when did i get scared and why did that happen…and how did i overcome it for her and myself? read the article to find out. 5. naming your characters: a lot can go into naming your characters, but hopefully, all these websites and tools help make the process smoother (and therefore, more fun)! 6. writing quicksand: i use the term writing quicksand to describe when writing it doing more harm than good. it does happen, but that doesn’t mean you can’t overcome it or acknowledge it. this is how i got out from my quicksand and started writing again. 7. my protagonist and illiteracy: as many of you know, my protagonist—serena—in bad bloods is illiterate. this article is about my journey in writing an illiterate character and why i chose to do so.  8. an author who fears public speaking: public speaking used to freak me out. but my speech class in college gave me the confidence i needed to accept my stutter and meet friends while laughing about my speech impediment. now, i’m not afraid anymore. 9. how to create book teasers on a small budget: book teasers are so much fun, but they can be daunting. this is how i created 13 teasers for my book release on a relatively tiny budget. (it’s not impossible!) i’ll definitely keep creating teasers in the future, and i hope this article helps authors have fun creating them like i did. 10. writing tips for love interests: i’m a sucker for love, so i love writing about love, and in this post, i discussed how you can round out your characters and their relationships with one another. one mistake i often see in aspiring romance writers is making the romantic interest just that: a romantic interest. your romantic interest should have goals and a life of their own. find out how. also, book links! :d  bad bloods: november rain (free) amazon, barnes & noble, ibooks, kobo, smashwords, goodreads bad bloods: november snow amazon, barnes & noble, ibooks, kobo, smashwords, goodreads bad bloods free book: the timely death trilogy minutes before sunset (free)  amazon, barnes & noble, ibooks, smashwords, kobo, goodreads seconds before sunrise amazon, barnes & noble, ibooks, smashwords, kobo, goodreads death before daylight amazon, barnes & noble, ibooks, smashwords, kobo, goodreads share this:facebooktwitterpinteresttumblremailgooglelinkedinprintlike this:like loading... tags: author, blog, blogging, blogosphere, goals, publishing, read, reading, setting goals, shannon a thompson, write, writing, writing advice, writing tips, writing ya, ya, young adult comments 15 comments categories uncategorized ← older entries about shannonhello! i'm shannon a. thompson. i'm the best-selling ya author of the timely death trilogy and the bad bloods series! i also love coffee & cats. photo by huntress photography. december sale! sequels coming soon! first book free! click for free book! like me on facebook like me on facebook follow me on twittermy tweetsnewsletter sign up join me on instagram click for more info recent posts #mondayblogs dear readers, harness your power #mondayblogs when nanowrimo is over #mondayblogs dear writers, 2017 can be your year! #mondayblogs writers, should you get scrivener? #mondayblogs writing, creating, and loving villains categoriescategories select category a look back author announcements authors encouragement event guest blogger inspiration inspirational meet ketchup monday blogs movie mention music muse my thoughts on poetry publishing relax & read saturdate saturday shannon summary tv time uncategorized video virtual launch party website wonders writer wednesday writing writing tips young adult youtube archives archives select month december 2016 november 2016 october 2016 september 2016 august 2016 july 2016 june 2016 may 2016 april 2016 march 2016 february 2016 january 2016 december 2015 november 2015 october 2015 september 2015 august 2015 july 2015 june 2015 may 2015 april 2015 march 2015 february 2015 january 2015 december 2014 november 2014 october 2014 september 2014 august 2014 july 2014 june 2014 may 2014 april 2014 march 2014 february 2014 january 2014 december 2013 november 2013 october 2013 september 2013 august 2013 july 2013 june 2013 may 2013 april 2013 march 2013 february 2013 january 2013 december 2012 november 2012 october 2012 september 2012 follow shannon via email enter your email address to follow shannon and receive notifications of new posts by email. join 20,938 other followers blog at wordpress.com. shannon a thompson create a free website or blog at wordpress.com. send to email address your name your email address cancel post was not sent - check your email addresses! email check failed, please try again sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. post to cancel %d bloggers like this:


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