Computer vs. Quill: Contrasting Writing Throughout the Ages

When modern authors want to write a book, they sit down in front of a computer screen and type. I personally type about fifteen hundred words per hour. Do the math and that means I could probably theoretically write a book in around sixty hours or less. Let’s say you write six hours a day … Continue reading Computer vs. Quill: Contrasting Writing Throughout the Ages

The Differences Between Writing a Screenplay & a Novel

The art of writing these two very different genres is often mixed together. There are many times I read novels that feel like screenplays or vice versa. So today, I want to go through the biggest differences between the two types of writing and certain mix-ups writers fall into when writing these categories. Description/Dialogue The … Continue reading The Differences Between Writing a Screenplay & a Novel