Howard Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences is normally applied as learning styles to the education fields, but it’s applicable across our lives, and as I’ve found, to my own work and writing processes.
With NaNoWriMo coming up in a month and a half’s time, I’m surprised that there hasn’t yet been a swathe of NaNo How To’s posted across the web. As I’m also in a pre-NaNo preparation phase, here’s my effort – 13 Ways to Write a Novel.
Your writing process—what is it?
If you’re only a tiny bit like me, you’ll have a process, but possibly you’ll break it from time to time, or forget it in the lust for a new story idea. Can you write it down?
This is the first of a month of round-up posts for 2012. In this post, I want to share how I went from pre-planning to a first rough draft and onwards, and the technology used in my WIP. As they say now, “There’s an app for that”. This is a predominantly image-based post, for Windows users who also happen to have an iPad.