Fantasy Month is Coming!

Happy Wednesday!

Things have been happening here! I finished reading Plot Gardening, and now I am on to Save the Cat! Writes a Novel. I’ve got a rough summary/outline for all three books in this trilogy, but before I can move forward, I am rewriting and fixing some things in the first act of this novel. And I am excited about the changes.

This year I’m thinking of bringing back a variation of Yo Ho A Writer’s Life for Me. Maybe. Ha! I love helping other writers, so I’ve been considering doing a Writerly Wednesday series here and there throughout the year where I share about writing and worldbuilding. I also love connecting readers to books, so I will also be sharing cover reveals, book tours, book releases, and other bookish fun. I’ll also keep you posted on my progress.

Can you believe January is almost gone??? February is Fantasy Month and I’m diving in with both feet! There will be blog posts galore on worldbuilding and fantasy creatures across the web hosted by Jenelle Leanne Schmidt and bunch of other bloggers will be joining her. There will also be an Instagram photo challenge. (Image below) Plus there will be a huge giveaway (Where you’ll get a chance to win a signed copy of one of my books, your choice!) Will you join in on the fun? More info to come!

Next week, in conjunction with Fantasy Month, I’ll kick off my Writerly Wednesday with Mapping Out Your Story World. A three part series inspired by the presentation I did for NerdvanaCon.

Well, I am out of time. I just thought you might like a jump start on the photo challenge. Hope you have a great rest of the week!

AND it’s here!

Happy Fantasy Month!

6 thoughts on “Fantasy Month is Coming!

    1. jlmbewe says:

      Awesome! As soon as Jenelle posts more information, I’ll be linking to it!

  1. Jenelle Schmidt says:

    Yay!!! Three days!!!!! All the information, linkup, and giveaway stuff will be up on the blog at 7am on Feb. 1st.

  2. DJ Edwardson says:

    Oh, you sound like you’re going to be busy!

    So how was the “gardening” book? Interesting title. I once read that writing is like farm work, long hours, hard work, and you don’t do it for the money…

    I’m excited to read your presentation on mapping out stories. I didn’t know you presented it at a convention. That’s so neat. Did you write a post about your experience? I’d love to read that as well.

    And Happy Fantasy Month!

    1. jlmbewe says:

      Man, I have been busy!!! And yes, it seems this busyness will just keep on going. I really liked the Plot Gardening book. I should do a write up on it! It had a very “organic” approach to plotting a novel. A little here, a little there, layering it. The Gardening approach made sense to me.

      I looked through my blog posts and only found a skimming summary of it. Found here:

      Thank you so much for stopping by! Happy Fantasy Month!!

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