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how do you write so fast? should i be able to reach that word count every day? is it even a good draft? how many drafts do you write? what do you recommend i do?
the comparison bug hits writers a lot. and trust me, it isn’t worth it.
comparison, in practice, isn’t always a bad thing.
but comparison is a precarious edge
keep writing, and keep achieving goals your way, and trust me, you’ll get there.
you’re already on the way.
every human being has secrets.
so what should we know about our characters’ secrets?
the secret itself:
who it is a secret from?:
why is it a secret?:
by understanding these three aspects, an author can shape the scene to expose a character in a meaningful way.
considering we’re talking about secrets, it might seem strange for me to tell writers to trust their characters, but trust is everything.
discovering the right secret is worth rewriting.
is romance necessary in every ya book?
the short answer is no, of course not. but the long answer is a lot more complicated.
more often than not, romance sells better than anything else.
but i wish there were more ya books (in all genres) that allowed the characters to explore space, chase enemies, and save the world without falling in love, too.
granted, i can admit i’m a hypocrite.
it’s okay to focus on studying and family and friendships instead of love.
i love romance. i enjoy reading it, and i sometimes seek it out. but i wish there were more books where girls (and boys) were simply living life or saving the world without romance.
romance will definitely help you sell your book—be it to an agent, a publisher, or a reader—but don’t force it.
a protagonist is enough without a love interest to back them up. so is a story.
should authors have more say when their novels are adapted to tv or film?
short answer: absolutely. but the long answer is a lot more complicated.
, i think it benefits everyone to work together.
spoilers ahead for books and show. if you want to skip, look for next bolded line.
end of spoilers.
if an adaptation is homophobic, racist, sexist, or otherwise damaging, shouldn’t an author be able to step in and stop it?
what do you think?
it’s a strange phenomenon that the more you understand how something works, the more the mystery behind that thing vanishes.
because i know so much more about writing, i see every trick and trope
i know that being able to analyze a book like this is a good thing for my writing.
, “sheesh, you make it sound like writing ruins all forms of entertainment. why would i ever want to write?”
plus, you’ll never learn it all
but whatever you do, don’t stop reading. the moment you do, your writing will suffer.
about susannah
what’s a pantser? someone who writes a book with no plan,
normally, i plot like crazy.
so, i decided my first book of 2017 would be written in perfect pantser style,
the idea
plotter:
pantser:
beginning to write
plotter:
pantser:
 
the rest of the adventure
plotter:
pantser:
in the end, being a pantser or a plotter doesn’t feel that much different
perhaps, this pantser mode worked for this particular book and wouldn’t for others, but i’m glad i decided to try it out.
“if you don’t have time to read, you don’t have the time (or the tools) to write.”
today, i wanted to concentrate on expanding your vocabulary and why it’s so important.
so what is my vocabulary study guide?
how do i organize it?
so here is a literal example from my most recent read.
iron cast by destiny soria study guide:
five senses:
          sound:
          smell:
emotions:
body parts/medical:
relating to people:
expression: speaking/writing:
other description:
try it out for yourself and see which words you learn.
who knows? you might need to use it in a novel one day.
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i
how do you write so fast? should i be able to reach that word count every day? is it even a good draft? how many drafts do you write? what do you recommend i do?
the comparison bug hits writers a lot. and trust me, it isn’t worth it.
comparison, in practice, isn’t always a bad thing.
but comparison is a precarious edge
keep writing, and keep achieving goals your way, and trust me, you’ll get there.
you’re already on the way.
every human being has secrets.
so what should we know about our characters’ secrets?
the secret itself:
who it is a secret from?:
why is it a secret?:
by understanding these three aspects, an author can shape the scene to expose a character in a meaningful way.
considering we’re talking about secrets, it might seem strange for me to tell writers to trust their characters, but trust is everything.
discovering the right secret is worth rewriting.
is romance necessary in every ya book?
the short answer is no, of course not. but the long answer is a lot more complicated.
more often than not, romance sells better than anything else.
but i wish there were more ya books (in all genres) that allowed the characters to explore space, chase enemies, and save the world without falling in love, too.
granted, i can admit i’m a hypocrite.
it’s okay to focus on studying and family and friendships instead of love.
i love romance. i enjoy reading it, and i sometimes seek it out. but i wish there were more books where girls (and boys) were simply living life or saving the world without romance.
romance will definitely help you sell your book—be it to an agent, a publisher, or a reader—but don’t force it.
a protagonist is enough without a love interest to back them up. so is a story.
should authors have more say when their novels are adapted to tv or film?
short answer: absolutely. but the long answer is a lot more complicated.
, i think it benefits everyone to work together.
spoilers ahead for books and show. if you want to skip, look for next bolded line.
end of spoilers.
if an adaptation is homophobic, racist, sexist, or otherwise damaging, shouldn’t an author be able to step in and stop it?
what do you think?
it’s a strange phenomenon that the more you understand how something works, the more the mystery behind that thing vanishes.
because i know so much more about writing, i see every trick and trope
i know that being able to analyze a book like this is a good thing for my writing.
, “sheesh, you make it sound like writing ruins all forms of entertainment. why would i ever want to write?”
plus, you’ll never learn it all
but whatever you do, don’t stop reading. the moment you do, your writing will suffer.
about susannah
what’s a pantser? someone who writes a book with no plan,
normally, i plot like crazy.
so, i decided my first book of 2017 would be written in perfect pantser style,
the idea
plotter:
pantser:
beginning to write
plotter:
pantser:
 
the rest of the adventure
plotter:
pantser:
in the end, being a pantser or a plotter doesn’t feel that much different
perhaps, this pantser mode worked for this particular book and wouldn’t for others, but i’m glad i decided to try it out.
“if you don’t have time to read, you don’t have the time (or the tools) to write.”
today, i wanted to concentrate on expanding your vocabulary and why it’s so important.
so what is my vocabulary study guide?
how do i organize it?
so here is a literal example from my most recent read.
iron cast by destiny soria study guide:
five senses:
          sound:
          smell:
emotions:
body parts/medical:
relating to people:
expression: speaking/writing:
other description:
try it out for yourself and see which words you learn.
who knows? you might need to use it in a novel one day.
em how do you write so fast? should i be able to reach that word count every day? is it even a good draft? how many drafts do you write? what do you recommend i do?
the comparison bug hits writers a lot. and trust me, it isn’t worth it.
comparison, in practice, isn’t always a bad thing.
but comparison is a precarious edge
keep writing, and keep achieving goals your way, and trust me, you’ll get there.
you’re already on the way.
every human being has secrets.
so what should we know about our characters’ secrets?
the secret itself:
who it is a secret from?:
why is it a secret?:
by understanding these three aspects, an author can shape the scene to expose a character in a meaningful way.
considering we’re talking about secrets, it might seem strange for me to tell writers to trust their characters, but trust is everything.
discovering the right secret is worth rewriting.
is romance necessary in every ya book?
the short answer is no, of course not. but the long answer is a lot more complicated.
more often than not, romance sells better than anything else.
but i wish there were more ya books (in all genres) that allowed the characters to explore space, chase enemies, and save the world without falling in love, too.
granted, i can admit i’m a hypocrite.
it’s okay to focus on studying and family and friendships instead of love.
i love romance. i enjoy reading it, and i sometimes seek it out. but i wish there were more books where girls (and boys) were simply living life or saving the world without romance.
romance will definitely help you sell your book—be it to an agent, a publisher, or a reader—but don’t force it.
a protagonist is enough without a love interest to back them up. so is a story.
should authors have more say when their novels are adapted to tv or film?
short answer: absolutely. but the long answer is a lot more complicated.
, i think it benefits everyone to work together.
spoilers ahead for books and show. if you want to skip, look for next bolded line.
end of spoilers.
if an adaptation is homophobic, racist, sexist, or otherwise damaging, shouldn’t an author be able to step in and stop it?
what do you think?
it’s a strange phenomenon that the more you understand how something works, the more the mystery behind that thing vanishes.
because i know so much more about writing, i see every trick and trope
i know that being able to analyze a book like this is a good thing for my writing.
, “sheesh, you make it sound like writing ruins all forms of entertainment. why would i ever want to write?”
plus, you’ll never learn it all
but whatever you do, don’t stop reading. the moment you do, your writing will suffer.
about susannah
what’s a pantser? someone who writes a book with no plan,
normally, i plot like crazy.
so, i decided my first book of 2017 would be written in perfect pantser style,
the idea
plotter:
pantser:
beginning to write
plotter:
pantser:
 
the rest of the adventure
plotter:
pantser:
in the end, being a pantser or a plotter doesn’t feel that much different
perhaps, this pantser mode worked for this particular book and wouldn’t for others, but i’m glad i decided to try it out.
“if you don’t have time to read, you don’t have the time (or the tools) to write.”
today, i wanted to concentrate on expanding your vocabulary and why it’s so important.
so what is my vocabulary study guide?
how do i organize it?
so here is a literal example from my most recent read.
iron cast by destiny soria study guide:
five senses:
          sound:
          smell:
emotions:
body parts/medical:
relating to people:
expression: speaking/writing:
other description:
try it out for yourself and see which words you learn.
who knows? you might need to use it in a novel one day.
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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 july thunder july lightning 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 writers, stop comparing yourselves 20 feb recently, i finished my first manuscript of 2017. it was also my first pantsing novel…and a novel that i’m truly excited about. so excited, in fact, that i think it fueled me to write more than usual and share more information about a wip than i normally do. if you follow my social media, you might have seen my adventure as i shared my growing word count over the last two months. it was a fast first draft. and wonderful, too! but when i shared that i finished, i received a few messages: how do you write so fast? should i be able to reach that word count every day? is it even a good draft? how many drafts do you write? what do you recommend i do? all reasonable questions. don’t get me wrong. i’m more than happy to answer them, too, but at its core, the answer is simple: my writing methods will not be your writing methods, and your writing methods won’t be mine. you have to find what works for you. i never share word counts or inspiration boards or sneak peeks, because i want you to compare yourself to me. i share those things, because they are fun—and writing can be lonely and hard work. you see “the end” on my instagram, while i see two months without weekends and wayyyy too much caffeine in my blood (and maybe one mental breakdown in between chapter sixteen and chapter twenty-eight). taking a small breather to have fun on instagram with fellow writers and readers is often the only breather i get all day. and i love seeing other writers share those milestones, because we’re in this together. we love the same thing: words. and it’s a delight to share them. (especially after said mental breakdown between chapter sixteen and chapter twenty-eight.) that being said, i understand that social media sharing can bum other writers out. it can make a writer feel like they’re not doing enough, accomplishing enough, or sharing enough. the comparison bug hits writers a lot. and trust me, it isn’t worth it. you’ll only end up in a pity-party hosted by your worst inner critic. i mean, does this even look fun? kick that critic out of your writing office right meow. why? because no writing journey is the same. no story is the same. no writer is either. the key is figuring out what works for you, and then moving forward every day to the best of your ability. that’s it. keep writing, keep reading, and keep trying. it will work—though i will admit that it will be difficult. you will absolutely struggle and get rejections and feel like giving up. we all have felt bad/sad/hopeless at some point in our writing journey. (and more than once.) that fact sometimes helps more than anything. comparison, in practice, isn’t always a bad thing. sometimes seeing a writer friend of mine hit a huge goal pushes me to sit back down to achieve my own goals. often, when i’m feeling down, i research my favorite authors and read about their writing journey to see how they struggled and achieved and kept on keeping on. that could be considered comparison, but at its core, it isn’t comparison. it’s inspiration. by reading about others’ journeys, i’m reminded that we all have our own future ahead of us. i am who i am and i’m trying to get to where i want to be, and there are millions of authors who did the same before me. it’s inspiration. and hope. and fun. but comparison is a precarious edge—one that anyone can slip over easily at any moment. always remind yourself that you are you, and this is your journey. so next time you see someone hit a word count or get a publishing deal or finish a first draft, and you feel that sting of jealously/resentment/exhaustion, take a step back and relax. (and kick that inner critic out.) you don’t need to write 1,000 words every day. you don’t need to go to a million conferences or garner a movie deal before the age of 32. you just gotta be you. keep writing, and keep achieving goals your way, and trust me, you’ll get there. you’re already on the way. ~sat share this:facebooktwitterpinteresttumblremailgooglelinkedinprintlike this:like loading... tags: comparing yourself to other writers, get published, how to finish a book, how to write, instagram, novel writing, publish, publishing, social media, wip, word count, word count goals, write, writer, writers and comparison, writing, writing advice, writing tips comments 17 comments categories authors discovering my characters’ secrets 13 feb every human being has secrets. why we hide the truth (or lies) from others and sometimes ourselves is often the most interesting part behind a good secret, but understanding what makes up a secret can help an author write a character in a more genuine way. so what should we know about our characters’ secrets? the secret itself: sounds simple, but it’s not always clear. sometimes, a protagonist might not even know what his or her own secrets are. sometimes, a secret hardly seems like a secret at all. think about the lengths a character goes through to keep it a secret. is it difficult to hide or hiding in plain sight? what about this secret makes your character feel human? who it is a secret from?: not all secrets are hidden from everyone a character holds dear. sometimes, they even hide secrets from themselves or from the one person you’d think they’d tell it to first. sometimes, they aren’t even hiding it at all, but no one is listening. why is it a secret?: what are the potential consequences of telling said secret? consider who they are hiding it from again and why they are hiding it from that specific person. are the consequences even “real”, or is your character overreacting, unsure, or simply too used to keeping it to themselves? there is a million reasons humans keep secrets: to protect loved ones, to shelter themselves, to build friendships. “why” can be silly, fun, maddening, or wonderful. it doesn’t always have to be sad or scary. by understanding these three aspects, an author can shape the scene to expose a character in a meaningful way. we can foreshadow reveals or build up relationships between others. we can even surprise ourselves. you can also learn a character’s secret from another character! listen. i’m a plotter. i have been my entire life. but even then, there comes a time in the writing process where characters turn every plot point on its head and tell us to go another direction. considering we’re talking about secrets, it might seem strange for me to tell writers to trust their characters, but trust is everything. learn to listen to that little voice inside your head (or all your characters’ voices) when it tells you where to go, what not to do, and how to say it. why? because they know everything, and often, you don’t. even though writers create a novel, most writers will tell you they are not in charge. the characters are. by letting go of control, you can let your characters reveal themselves naturally and over time. yes, even if that means you’ll be rewriting a lot more or editing for what feels like forever. if it’s the right secret, it will be worth it. recently, i came to a scene where my protagonist explained part of her past, but by her own admission, she was absent from a scene she should’ve been in. when i stepped back and asked her where she was, she smiled back. a sly smile. one that told me it was a secret. for now. i sighed, but resigned myself to her personality. if she’s not ready to tell me, she’s not ready to tell me. i’ve been writing long enough to know when to trust my character’s silence, even when i loathe it, even when it promises longer hours of editing in the months ahead. discovering the right secret is worth rewriting. figuring them out is even better. ~sat share this:facebooktwitterpinteresttumblremailgooglelinkedinprintlike this:like loading... tags: author, characters secrets, creating believable characters, figuring out character secrets, it's a secret, novel writing, publish, publishing, secret, secrets, what's behind a secret, word count, write, writer, writing, writing advice, writing tips comments 15 comments categories authors is romance necessary in ya? 6 feb romance sells. (or, as they usually say, sex sells.) and now more than ever, sex is being introduced into young adult literature every day. but that’s another debate for another day. instead, i wanted to focus on the overall umbrella term of romance in ya. is romance necessary in every ya book? the short answer is no, of course not. but the long answer is a lot more complicated. if you’re a first-time author, then you probably already know the struggles of completing a manuscript, editing one, joining the query trenches, and understanding the marketplace. more often than not, romance sells better than anything else. why? well, we have to consider our buyer. ten years ago, ya literature was widely bought by the ya crowd (ages 14-18), but more recently, the average age of the ya buyer has increased to 20-25. (hey, look! there’s me!) granted, there is a lot of debate about this—and it’s hard to prove, considering adults can buy books as gift or teens can borrow books—but i love speaking to teens at my signings, and have listened to them say the same thing. a lot of young adults are reading fanfiction online instead, and hey, no shame! that’s awesome. i’m just happy when people are reading. but this fact has changed the marketplace, and i honestly believe that’s why we’re seeing more sex in ya literature, including less “fade to black” scenes. as an example, a ya book i just read had a one-night-stand between two inexperienced strangers, where both acted as if they were cool with it. nothing wrong with that. don’t get me wrong. but i cannot imagine reading that at 14 and feeling like i could relate, even though the characters were that age. however, i know some 14-year-olds can relate, and that’s fine! no worries. just be safe. 🙂 that being said, at 14, i wanted to hang out with friends. i wanted to read books (and write them), and other than that, i ran around with my husky or my brother or studied a lot. i particularly loved ally carter’s the gallagher girls books, because the romance was few and far in between. same with meg cabot (specifically when she was known as jenny carroll and wrote the 1-800-where-r-you series and the mediator series). oh! and lynne ewing’s daughters of the moon series. all of their ya books featured kickass, often hilarious, and always intelligent girls living life, figuring out a mess, and defeating any enemy they came across. friendship mattered. family, too. and, sure, sometimes a kiss was shared here or there, but romance never seemed to be the focus. being a heroine was. granted, i must clarify that you can be focused on romance and still be a heroine. please do not get me wrong. but i wish there were more ya books (in all genres) that allowed the characters to explore space, chase enemies, and save the world without falling in love, too. out of the last ten ya books i’ve read, the only one who featured no one falling in love was this savage song by victoria schwab. definitely recommended. (by the way, if you have suggestions, feel free to leave them below. i love suggestions.) love that will never change? my love for ya granted, i can admit i’m a hypocrite. i write ya, and every single one of my ya books has a romance subplot in it. that being said, my romantic plots are hardly romantic in comparison to popular ya books today. in bad bloods, daniel and serena kiss….twice?…in 600 pages. and that’s it. but hey, they’re trying to protect their families and survive a government out to kill them, so i think they have a lot on their hands. they can always kiss later. if they even want to. that being said, almost every editorial letter i’ve received included the suggestion of getting my characters “closer” or focusing more on their romantic endeavors rather than their friendships or families or fighting for the world they live in. and i find it increasingly frustrating. while i can see the market value in focusing on these tropes, i feel an increasing value in the opposite of those aspects as well. it’s okay to focus on studying and family and friendships instead of love. it’s a personal choice. but more than ever before, i feel pressured to include romance where romance isn’t necessary. because of that pressure, i actually set out to include more romance in my latest, but sure enough, i found myself following the same pattern i always do: there is a romantic interest, but he’s on the sidelines while my protagonist is striving to…i don’t know…save the world or her sister or her friends. she’s too busy studying to think about some boy’s smile or (insert jewel description) eyes. but she does have her moments, albeit they are few and far in between, and at this point, i doubt they’ll survive my editing process. and i’m so torn about it. i wanted to write romance. i tried. but i can’t. and i’m trying to be okay with that. i am trying to be okay with me. i love romance. i enjoy reading it, and i sometimes seek it out. but i wish there were more books where girls (and boys) were simply living life or saving the world without romance. it’s okay not to date when you’re a teen. it’s okay not to have romantic feelings. it’s okay to be focused elsewhere. i wanted to read about girls like that when i was 14, 15, 16, and even now, so i guess that’s why i write my books the way i do. it’s that fact that made me accept myself again. (oh, and talking to a bunch of my fellow writer friends. they helped, too.) romance will definitely help you sell your book—be it to an agent, a publisher, or a reader—but don’t force it. the most important aspect of any book is to be true to your work, and if that means avoiding crushes and angst-ridden kisses, then so be it. i will continue to have romantic subplots, because that is my style, but as of today, my protagonist will focus on her studies more. she might not even kiss anyone at all. and that’s perfectly a-okay with me. (and more importantly, okay with her.) if one day she changes her mind, i will listen to her, and if she doesn’t, i will continue to listen to her. why? my answer is simple. a protagonist is enough without a love interest to back them up. so is a story. ~sat share this:facebooktwitterpinteresttumblremailgooglelinkedinprintlike this:like loading... tags: ally carter, do i have to have romance in ya, editing, editor, i read ya, literary agent, love, lynne ewing, meg cabot, novel writing, protagonist, publish, publishing, read, romance sells, sex in ya, the gallagher girls, this savage song, victoria schwab, writer, writing, writing advice, writing tips, ya, young adult comments 17 comments categories uncategorized should authors have more say in adaptations? 30 jan should authors have more say when their novels are adapted to tv or film? short answer: absolutely. but the long answer is a lot more complicated. for one, authors write novels for a reason. that’s how they like to express themselves. tv and movie writing is a completely different ballgame. when i studied screenwriting in college, for instance, i had never felt so lost in my life. that being said, i don’t think authors should be entirely removed from their work when it is adapted just because it’s a different art form. in fact, i think it benefits everyone to work together. (i also understand that tv/film rights have a lot to do with the author’s literary agency and how they negotiated a deal.) after acknowledging that, though, i want to talk about why i wish authors had more say so in the end. do you watch shadowhunters on freeform? no. don’t worry. i’ll write this article around it, but i think it’s a great, modern example of how adaptations can go wrong, even in a damaging way, so it might be easier to understand if you do watch the show or read the books or check out the article i discuss below. recently, cassandra clare did an interview about the adaption of her popular ya series, the mortal instruments, both with the flop-film in 2013 and the current tv series, shadowhunters. i highly recommend you read this (and share it): cassandra clare shares the troubles and triumphs of seeing the shadowhunters world onscreen listen, i’m a huge cassandra clare fan. i’m also a pretty open-minded fan. in fact, i rarely complain about adaptations, because that’s what they are—adaptations—and i even enjoyed the movie. (no, seriously, i own it and watch it all the time.) i was also a fan of the show…until recently. returning to the interview (which again, please read), i was appalled by some of the changes and ideas strewn throughout the show. it grosses me out that freeform’s original goal was to take away alec and magnus’s relationship, because they are gay, while adding unnecessary violence against the female characters “to attract a male audience.” um…excuse me? i mean, seriously? does that not gross you out? that entire concept? spoilers ahead for books and show. if you want to skip, look for next bolded line. i was always bothered by alec’s fiancée lydia in season 1, but i can also admit that i didn’t notice the difference in violence against the female cast until last week’s episode. between lydia’s attack, izzy’s attack, clary being “stabbed” in a dream sequence, and jocelyn’s death that never happened in the books, i found myself highly uncomfortable and trying to figure out why. then i read cassandra clare’s interview, and it all made sense. i am all for adaptations, but last week’s episode was wrong, whether or not jocelyn comes back to life in tonight’s episode.
 (which, i think, she most likely will.) end of spoilers. the new team claims to have a different stance than the previous producers, but last week showed much of the same problematic instances, including unnecessarily violence against the female cast and keeping a gay couple apart because “no audience wants to see that” (insert middle finger here). i also did not find it a coincidence that they only sent clare the first three episodes of season 2 for her approval and then this fourth one followed the original, damaging aspects. granted, will i watch it tonight? probably. i want to see if they’ll change their ways before i judge too harshly. but that doesn’t change my opinion about last week’s episode or what we learned through clare’s interview—an interview, i will add, that was very brave. authors aren’t normally so open and honest about this topic. mainly because there is a conflict of interest, but also because we expect authors to simply be grateful that their work is being adapted at all. a sentiment i disagree with. i am so glad cassandra clare fought to change some of the script, because the changes didn’t just misrepresent the story; the changes misrepresented the work (and the author) entirely. if an adaptation is homophobic, racist, sexist, or otherwise damaging, shouldn’t an author be able to step in and stop it? again, i’m all for adaptations. i’m not saying that an author should have the final say over every little thing, or even over major aspects of book-to-movie life. but i do believe in creating better, positive pieces of art. and if a director told me they were going to start abusing females and tearing lgbtqia characters apart because “men like that”, i’d hope that the world would back me up in stopping such an atrocity. what do you think? should authors have more say-so in adaptations? if so, what should they have control over and when? where is the line? and should they draw a new one? ~sat share this:facebooktwitterpinteresttumblremailgooglelinkedinprintlike this:like loading... tags: alec and magnus, author, book, book talk, book to movie, cassandra clare, differences between shadowhunters and the mortal instruments, do authors have say so over their book to movie adaptations, freeform, lgbt, lgbtqia, movie adaptation, shadowhunters, shadowhunters review, the infernal devices, the mortal instruments, writer, writing, ya, young adult comments 25 comments categories authors when writing makes reading hard 23 jan when writing makes reading hard by susannah ailene martin i’ve been writing seriously since i was 15. in other words, i’ve had 5 years of training in the craft of writing. that’s how writing works; the more you do it, the better you get at it. i’ve learned a lot about how story structure works and how to create interesting characters. now the good news about this is that my writing has become exponentially better. i mean, seriously, reading stuff i wrote when i was 15 makes my eyes bleed. the bad news is that’s it’s making reading less fun. it’s a strange phenomenon that the more you understand how something works, the more the mystery behind that thing vanishes. reading used to be something that i could sit down and do for hours without once thinking about how the book came to be. it used to be something that impacted me, but i didn’t know why. now i understand, and yeah, it kinda sucks. because i know so much more about writing, i see every trick and trope (well, maybe not every trick; i’m only human) that an author uses. no longer can i really enjoy reading a scene in a book without thinking, “ah, that’s a neat little thing you did there.” i constantly, and subconsciously, analyze and look for ways to improve my own writing as i read along. it’s also become much more easy for me to be able to tell when a book is objectively just bad. have you ever watched a tv show with a younger kid and thought, “you know what, if i was ten years younger, i would have loved this”? that’s kind of what it’s like for me reading books that years ago might have entertained me, but now that i know a bit about writing, i can’t help but see every mistake the author made. i know that being able to analyze a book like this is a good thing for my writing. it shows that i’m getting it, that i’m learning. but i do miss just being able to mindlessly consume words on a page. the worst part is that i don’t just write for my novels and short stories, but i have also been studying screenwriting for the past two years. that means that not only have books been (kinda-sorta) ruined for me, but also movies and television shows. *sobs* if you think books are hideously formulaic, then you don’t want to study screenwriting. the formula for most movies is so similar that i can sit down and, without seeing the movie, tell you exactly what general thing is going to happen when and be absolutely correct. for instance, did you know that there’s a scene in every movie about 20 minutes before the end and right before the climax where all seems lost and it looks like the heroes have failed? it’s in every single bloody movie. seriously, just go watch any movie, and tell me i’m wrong. and by the way, i’m sorry, because now you’ll be looking for it. but that’s what i do now. i look for things that i know are going to be in everything. and it’s really annoying. i want to be able to just sit back and enjoy something without thinking, “oh hey, there’s the inciting incident.” so i’m sure you’re starting to think, “sheesh, you make it sound like writing ruins all forms of entertainment. why would i ever want to write?” the last thing i want to do is to discourage someone from writing. but you should know that this is how it’s going to be. when you write, you are going to find it harder to be entertained by every mediocre book you read. but, that just means you have to find better books. it’s rarer now, but there are still books that suck me in so completely that i forget to analyze. i still occasionally finish books and feel that old familiar sense of wonder. and my mind is richer for it. plus, you’ll never learn it all. if you feel like your reading is getting stale lately, go out and try a new genre. i read and write mostly in the sci-fi and fantasy genres, but my mom recently got me into reading this historical romance series. because i don’t know the tropes for romance, it’s hard for me to predict where the story is going, which makes it more fun. but whatever you do, don’t stop reading. the moment you do, your writing will suffer. about susannah website | amazon | facebook | twitter | wattpad susannah ailene martin is an author from norfolk, va. she is currently a junior at liberty university studying transmedia writing (which is just a fancy way of saying ‘various forms of screenwriting’). she blogs at susannah contra mundum about her life, thoughts, and experiences. you can purchase her novelette, the lifeguard: a short story, at amazon for $0.99. thank you, susannah, for writing such a great article! i know many writers who struggle with finding time to read and write, as well as feel that pure joy for both over and over again, so i’m sure many can relate. by sharing these struggles, we can help one another find those great reads and wonderful writing programs to keep us inspired and our work fresh. keep reading. keep writing. keep on being you. have a great week everyone! ~sat share this:facebooktwitterpinteresttumblremailgooglelinkedinprintlike this:like loading... tags: author, guest blog, guest post, guest writer, read, reading, struggling to read, struggling to write, susannah ailene martin, write, writer, writers block, writing tips comments 45 comments categories guest blogger trying to write as a pantser 16 jan i’m a pantser for the first time. what’s a pantser? someone who writes a book with no plan, as opposed to a plotter, who, you know, plots. normally, i plot like crazy. i have plots for my plots. (also known as subplots.) and though i almost always deviate from my original plans, i always have a plan. but lately, i was feeling a little bogged down by all that planning. i yearned for adventure. for mystery. for absolute chaos. like a road trip with no destination ahead. just me and the road and whatever will happen. so, i decided my first book of 2017 would be written in perfect pantser style, full speed ahead. i’m not going to lie, i thought i would crash and burn. in fact, i expected to. but that wasn’t the case. let me explain the differences by comparing my normal plotter ways and my current pantser adventure. the idea plotter: disclaimer: almost all of my books start off as a dream, and this one was no different. after i have a dream i think might be worthy of a book, i sit on the floor with a million notebooks and just write down scenes and ideas that come to me. throughout the next few weeks (or even months), i expand on the characters and world until they blend together and i have a solid plot, character list, and timeline. sometimes, i even write an entire screenplay, dialogue and all, before i actually write chapter one. pantser: i had a dream, cracked my knuckles, and sat down at my computer. beginning to write plotter: i start in chapter one after reading chapter one’s notes thoroughly, and then i repeat with chapter two and chapter three and so on. pantser: literally, the day i had the dream, i sat down at my computer and wrote down what i saw. i didn’t even know the general theme or my protagonist’s name, or even if she was the protagonist. but she quickly fleshed out into the full-fledged botanist she is today. the world she was in quickly followed. fun fact: the dream i had wasn’t chapter one, which is where i usually start. instead, it turned out to be a mixture of chapter two and chapter four. (for now.)  the rest of the adventure plotter: i always know where i’m going and what will probably happen. even if something changes, it doesn’t affect the story too much. i can still stay on course. (basically, my gps will reroute me no matter where i go.) pantser: i can’t stay on course, because there is no course. even more confusing, there is no world to navigate anyway. this current project of mine is a ya sci-fi, but i’m letting my world build itself. that is honestly the strangest part for me. normally, i have an entire system of rules and ideas to constrain my characters to, but not this time. this time, i’m letting the book let me know what it needs to do before i figure out where the boundaries go. we’re very much off-roading in unknown terrain, but i haven’t popped a tire yet. and if i do, i can create a spare out of thin air…because you know, no rules. i’ll make laws up later. and while this might sound reckless, i’ve been keeping a list of boundaries that come up in the text as i go, and it seems as solid as anything else i could’ve created by plotting. in the end, being a pantser or a plotter doesn’t feel that much different, but this risk helped me fall back in love with the thrill of writing. i’m writing around the same pace as usual, but i do feel like i’m enjoying it more. i already know i’m going to have to rewrite a ton, but i do that when i plot, too, so that doesn’t feel like a huge loss to me. in fact, if i were being honest—if this works out—i kind of like this pantser thing. it feels more vulnerable (and more likely for things to go terribly, horribly wrong), but that vulnerability makes it feel more authentic, too. like the characters are definitely more in charge. recently, for instance, i realized my villain is probably not who i thought it was going to be. and i’m still unsure about where the next chapters are going, but i definitely know the ending. (or i think i do. ha.) and i’m kind of enjoying my hesitation and fear and absolute joy when it works out. perhaps, this pantser mode worked for this particular book and wouldn’t for others, but i’m glad i decided to try it out. i’m having a lot fun, and i believe the project is forming together beautifully. if i had to guess, i would say a writer could do either one and be successful with it. and it definitely can’t hurt to try. in fact, it helped me. now to go write a scene i know nothing about. ~sat share this:facebooktwitterpinteresttumblremailgooglelinkedinprintlike this:like loading... tags: blogging, blogging as an author, blogging tips, climax, novel writing, novel writing help, novel writing tips, pantser, pantser or plotter, plotter, publish, publishing, resoluation, rising action, write, writer, writers block, writers on writing, writing a climax, writing prompt, writing tips comments 15 comments categories authors, uncategorized writers and vocabulary 9 jan “if you don’t have time to read, you don’t have the time (or the tools) to write.” the famous stephen king said it, and so many more agree. i vehemently say this to every writer i know. why? because it amazes me how many writers don’t read on a regular basis. by reading, you’re expanding your creativity, your stories, your life, and even your vocabulary. and your vocabulary is vital. today, i wanted to concentrate on expanding your vocabulary and why it’s so important. i’ve sort of written about this before—writing tips: build your vocabulary —where i discussed how you should not only read a lot, but pay attention while reading. this includes marking every word or phrase you come across that you’re unsure of, so that you can come back later to study them. i call this a vocabulary study guide. so what is my vocabulary study guide? i create one every time i read a book. while reading, i circle words, and after i’m finished, i study them. this list includes words i don’t know, words that catch me off guard, words i know but forget to remember, and words i simply want to concentrate on more, maybe because they’re beautiful or strange or perfect for certain scenarios. how do i organize it? personally, i categorize words by most likely subject. by feelings or people or places or, my personal favorite, body parts and other medical things. (example from below? carbuncle: a severe abscess or multiple boil in the skin, typically infected with staphylococcus bacteria.) sometimes, though, i organize my lists by words i need extra help on. in my below example for instance, i circled inscrutable four times in the same book. (and this isn’t the first book i circled it in.) why? i know this word. i do. but for some reason, whenever i’m reading or writing, my brain stumbles over it. i want, more than anything, for inscrutable to become natural to me. so here is a literal example from my most recent read. all of these words come from iron cast by destiny soria, a young adult book about prohibition, asylums, and hemopaths, people capable of creating illusions through song, poetry, and art. i highly recommend this diverse read, and i hope this list of beautiful words encourages you to check it out. seriously. everything in this post comes from that book. if you’re curious, here’s my book review on goodreads. … iron cast by destiny soria study guide: five senses:           sound: raucously: making or constituting a disturbingly harsh and loud noise sonorous: (of a person’s voice or other sound) imposingly deep and full           smell: redolent: fragrant and sweet smelling or strongly reminiscent or suggestive of another reason to learn? wooing women. 😉 emotions: avaricious: having or showing an extreme greed for wealth or material gain imperturbable: unable to be upset or excited; calm languorous: the state or feeling, often pleasant, of tiredness or inertia temerity: excessive confidence or boldness; audacity beatific: blissfully happy body parts/medical: carbuncle: a severe abscess or multiple boil in the skin, typically infected with staphylococcus bacteria. paunchy: a large or protruding abdomen or stomach. relating to people: spectacled: wearing spectacles haughty: arrogantly superior and disdainful stodgy: dull and uninspired, ex. stodgy old men gaggle: a disorderly or noisy group of people (also a flock of geese) expression: speaking/writing: asperity: harshness of tone or manner succinctly: (especially of something written or spoken) briefly and clearly expressed other description: inscrutable: impossible to understand or interpret ostensibly: apparently or purportedly, but perhaps not actually anathema: something or someone that one vehemently dislikes … you might think you know every word you read, but really, if you slow down and ask yourself what the literal definitions of words are (rather than relying on context), you’ll force yourself to look up more and more words to learn on your own. it might seem like a waste of time or time-consuming, but i honestly love it. i revel in challenging myself to memorize new phrases and understand a wider range of the english language, and i believe it helps my writing. try it out for yourself and see which words you learn. who knows? you might need to use it in a novel one day. ~sat share this:facebooktwitterpinteresttumblremailgooglelinkedinprintlike this:like loading... tags: book reviews, books, dead poet's society, destiny soria, iron cast, read, reader, reading, study, vocabulary, write, writer, writing a novel, writing advice, writing prompt, writing tips, writing tools, young adult books, young adult novel, young writers comments 12 comments categories authors, 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. coming this april! meet violet in the new duology from the bad bloods universe! coming this may!releases may 1 by clean teen publishing 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 writers, stop comparing yourselves discovering my characters’ secrets is romance necessary in ya? 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the world without - 0.03% (2)
i wish there - 0.03% (2)
me wrong. but - 0.03% (2)
posts by email. - 0.03% (2)

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