The preacher stood before him, Bible open, and head bowed over the text. A woman he didn’t recall ever meeting stood next to him and her Pa stood behind them, a shotgun levered into Bo’s backside. Bo wasn’t exactly sure how he’d gotten into this mess, but… The idea of a shotgun wedding is… Continue reading Writing Prompt Wednesday: Wedding Bells
In a continuation of our look at GMC (Goal, Motivation, & Conflict), today I am focusing on an in-depth look at character goals. At the end, I will leave you with some guiding questions to help you develop your own character goals. Last week we defined a goal as answering two questions. What does… Continue reading An In-depth Look at Character Goals
The first step to developing a novel beyond the initial concept is to develop your GMC. If you are a newbie like me, you might not know what those three letters represent. Let me share what I have learned. What is GMC? GMC stands for Goal, Motivation, and Conflict. These three concepts are developed around your… Continue reading What is GMC?