M.H. Norris It’s hard to believe that we’re already several weeks into 2019. As some of you know, the last half of 2018 was hard on me both personally and professionally. I mentioned a couple of times that there were weeks were
M.H. Norris You ever talk about a problem someone else is having (that you’re also having) and hope that if you help them, well, it might help you too? That’s what we're doing this week! Writing slumps happen to all of us. Whether
M.H. Norris Happy Thanksgiving, everyone, from me and everyone here at 18thWall! Instead of hearing from me for another thousand words, like usual, I asked some of my favorite authors what they're most thankful for as writers. I'll also be linking you
Happy November everyone! It’s that time of year where writers are coming together to support each other as we all try to hit 50,000 words in one month. Now, how you get that 50k is currently a highly contested topic.
M.H. Norris Has anyone else ever started writing a novel, novella, or some sort of long project only to find yourself interrupted with other deadlines or other opportunities? Then when you come back to the project after weeks or even months
M.H. Norris Next week the Fall television premiere starts. It’s something I look forward to every year. Some of my favorites return, there are new stories for me to discover, and as someone who wants to work in the industry, I
M.H. Norris Another year of San Diego Comic Con is behind us and if you’re like me and couldn’t be there in person, you were glued to social media trying to absorb every little bit of news you could. What is
M.H. Norris Deadlines are a part of writing. When I wrote Badge City: Notches, I had a deadline of about twelve weeks to do all the research, write a couple drafts, and turn it in (on finals week no less -