Side Projects and Such

Published October 9, 2017 by Jennifer Loring

One of the things I’ve been doing this year is getting back into art, since it was my first love (after paleontology, which at 7 I was convinced was my life’s calling–I mean, DINOSAURS, man!). Anyway, I now have an Etsy shop in which I sell handmade journals and books, mixed media art, and more; you can visit by clicking the image below or the “E” icon on the sidebar. I’ll be adding items frequently, so check back often!

How To Master Setting In Your Novel – Writer’s Edit

Published October 6, 2017 by Jennifer Loring

In our visual world of cinema and photography, setting often takes a back seat in novels. But even when constructed through words, visuals are a powerful story element. Whether creating a fantasy world from scratch or using the current world as your backdrop, it is important to work your setting into your story effectively. The first question is, obviously, where. But to truly master this story element, you need to consider the why, what, when and how as well. So, why is setting such a big deal? The experience of immersing oneself in a new place is becoming the domain of cinema, and it is still a powerful tool for today’s writer. Fiction is all about transporting a reader to another place – making them forget the paper in front of…

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7 Useful Tips For Establishing A Writing Routine – Writer’s Edit

Published September 15, 2017 by Jennifer Loring

There are certain things all writers need: inspiration, creativity, dedication, some measure of talent. But there’s one thing that’s perhaps more important than all these elements combined – one thing that’s guaranteed to help you become a productive, prolific writer. And that thing is a writing routine. Every writer who wants to achieve their goals must have a writing routine. Without a routine, it’s all too easy to fall into the trap of procrastination, or to disappoint yourself when your writing output isn’t where you want it to be. Without a routine, it’s hard to make writing a regular habit – and making it a habit is something you must do if you ever want to finish that novel! Like most things in life, there’s no ‘one-size-fits-all’ solution here. Every writer works differently and has different strengths…

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