WIP Wednesday; Dumping the Infodump
Hello friends and welcome back to the corner of the internet where I cry about my current WIP. Today, I am not crying, however. In fact, dare I say it, I’m actually feeling pretty okay about the project at the moment. I am back in the weeds of my outline and actually managing to make… Continue reading
WIP Wednesday; Running a Marathon When You Want to Sprint
Hello friends and welcome back to the corner of the internet where I cry about my current work-in-progress. It’s been kind of an up-and-down week. Despite being completely sure last week that I wasn’t ready to start drafting, on Saturday, in a fit of pique, I accidentally did just that. I told myself I would… Continue reading
WIP Wednesday; What Kind of Story Do I Want to Write?
Hello friends! With all the blogging I’ve been doing lately, I realized that I didn’t have a dedicated space to talk about what writing projects I’m actually working on. That, plus the fact that I am more motivated to finish projects the more public accountability I have, led to me to dedicate the Wednesday slot… Continue reading
Shareable Saturday: Baby’s First Worksheet
Hello friends and welcome to the latest addition to my blogging lineup: Shareable Saturdays. In this space I will share resources, be that reading material, videos, podcasts, or even writing programs that I think my fellow writers might find useful. For this first edition, I’d like to share a writing worksheet that I actually made… Continue reading
What Is Writing?
I’m not a big fan of writing advice in general. The creative process simply cannot be legislated into a trendy list of dos and don’ts. Continue reading
O Story, Where Art Thou
Friends, it has been a week of ups and downs. My mental health has been all over the place, it’s been insanely busy at the day job, I’m stressing hard about sending my kids to public school in a state where masks have been forbidden from being mandated. But it hasn’t been all bad. I… Continue reading
Dancing With Disappointment
We writers are no strangers to disappointment. Continue reading
Romancing the Muse
I don’t even read romance, I wouldn’t know the first thing about how to write it. Continue reading
Obsessed With Outlines
I had tremendous success with my pre-first draft outlines (yes, I said outlines with an s). Continue reading
Pantsing vs Plotting
Why I would even bother wasting my very second blog post on a subject that’s been rehashed >9000 times in every corner of the writing internet? Continue reading
Kerry Share’s love for writing started, as it so often does, as a love of reading at an early age. At age 11 she wrote her first short story, a Harry Potter knockoff of dubious quality, and her love for creative expression was born. Throughout her teen years she continued to foster that passion through derivative work, and at 23 she turned her eye to original fiction.
Now in her thirties, having taken a break from creative endeavors to cope with an ever changing life and landscape, she is determined to make her dream of a writing career reality.