Tag: National Novel Writing Month

Write Like a Pulp Writer

Not Purple Prose, But… I’ve read several books about this: These aren’t affiliate links. How to Write Pulp Fiction Pulp Era Writing Tips You shouldn’t try to write the style of pulp. It’s purple prose, bad writing for readers today. However, as these books say, parts of their methods we could learn from: Speed Pulp […]

Pantsers vs. Plotters

With me starting at Camp NaNoWriMo on July 1st I thought that I should explain the difference between these two story methods, and what I do or don’t. “Pantsers” This is an expression, short for “writing by the seat of your pants”. A writer goes into a project with nothing planned and just writes what […]

Differing Views

Ultimately not, but from different approaches: Write On: Can We Teach Writing? The Best Writing Advice You’ll Ever Get I fall between those two camps. I took 2 classes in creative writing 28 years ago in CEGEP (junior college here in Quebec. Grades 12 and 13 in the rest of Canada). I learned the mechanics […]

The origins of Bosulliman

I gave this name to my Publishing venture. To many it sounds unusual to many; that’s intentional. Where did I get the name though? When I began studying Animation in University in 1987, I was paired up with another guy I became friends with. I thought his last name was O’Sullivan. With that in mind […]

Another Worthy Kickstarter and Updates

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/scottroche/the-way-of-the-gun-a-bushido-western-anthology This one has 4 days to go and still needs to raise a lot of funds to succeed.  If you haven’t yet, please support it – and if you already have increase your pledge. A big reason why I didn’t update this blog in nearly a week was due to my preparations for NaNoWriMo […]

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