Tag Archive | Randy Ingermanson

Audiobook Review: How to Write a Novel Using the Snowflake Method

Audiobook Review: How to Write a Novel Using the Snowflake Method

I’m here this week with a different kind of audiobook review. This time, it’s for a craft book. While, I believe there are quite a few good writing craft books, if you’re going to listen to one, How to Write a Novel Using the Snowflake Method is the one to choose. I think this for multiple […]

My JaNoWriMo Update or Why Realm Makers Suddenly Seems Not Far Away

My JaNoWriMo Update or Why Realm Makers Suddenly Seems Not Far Away

After setting aside the manuscript I worked on for five years, which included writing two sequels, I started a project for NaNoWriMo. I’m doing JaNoWriMo this month to finish the draft. If you don’t know what that is, read Brittany Valentine’s awesome post. My plan is to have two manuscripts to pitch at Realm Makers. […]

All the Craft Books

All the Craft Books

I mentioned in my last post that I’m working on a new manuscript. My first completed manuscript and its sequels were written totally by the pantser method with the only outline being a rough one in my head. Last year I decided to use Jeff Gerke’s Write Your Novel in a Month. It’s a basic […]

Special Guest – Bryan Davis

Introduction By Kat Heckenbach Bryan Davis is the author of multiple Christian young adult fantasy series—yes, that’s multiple series, including Dragons in Our Midst, Oracles of Fire, Echoes From the Edge, Dragons of Starlight, and Tales of Starlight, together comprised of fourteen novels (so far). He’s also penned and published one mainstream young adult novel, […]

Special Guest Blog – Jill Williamson

Introduction by Keven Newsome We are pleased to have Christy Award winning author Jill Williamson back with us again. Jill is the author of the Blood of Kings series published by Marcher Lord Press. I held my breath when I asked her back, fearing she wouldn’t have forgiven the one less than stellar review published […]

Writers Conferences Build Relationships

One of the best parts of attending the Florida Christian Writers Conference in March was the chance to meet Jeff Gerke of Where the Map Ends, who has worked with me for years on my book. Jeff and I worked through e-mail and chatted through the forums on his Web site. Although much is made […]