There is also a writer’s group in Lockport that has regular meetings. I am uncertain if this information is the most updated schedules, but the page includes contact information and some general info and they are an active group. I’ve linked to their helpful page about critiques on writing.
On Nov. 24, we talked about the basic components of a story and made a checklist to make sure we had everything or were on the right track to achieve all five parts. Click here to see what we talked about.
Here is a brief link about the parts that create a story. The names are different, but these are the same concept.
First, if you are participating in the NaNoWriMo challenge, I highly recommend you add some extra words to your daily word count for a little while. This will give you the opportunity to take a couple days off at Thanksgiving!
Click here to see everything we covered on Nov. 21!
We discussed creating comprehensive, expansive worlds on Nov. 17. Click here to see what we discussed.
The most comprehensive world building website I’ve seen is from JS Morin. He provides extensive exercises and information that will guide you in the right direction. Click here to go to his site and explore his posts.
If you came to our writer’s workshops on Oct. 24 or 31 you received this information. It explains what the writing challenge is that we’re completing! The PDF also includes a full schedule of events, including the author and editor visits.
The website we are using for our writing challenge is NaNoWriMo.
We did writing prompts and generated ideas at the workshop, but here are more resources for getting started through generating ideas.