About Roxanne Crouse

Photographer, Writer, and cat lover. I work as a wedding photographer but love to also do stock and book cover photography. In my spare time I read and write. I have two stories on Amazon and am working on a fantasy novel. My blog So Much To Write So Little Time is a blog devoted to indie authers. I love self-publishing!

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  • Roxanne shared from The Writing Habit: How To Stick to a Daily Writing Routine (The Write Tools) by Sheryl Jacobs
    Well, here’s the interesting thing. If you’re writing sessions are really short, and you sometimes have to quit writing when you don’t really want to, this will increase your desire to write overall. So, when you have a surprise break at other times during the day, you’ll often find yourself writing purely because you want to. And as valuable as forming a daily writing habit is, increasing your desire to write in general is even more precious.
  • Roxanne shared from The Writing Habit: How To Stick to a Daily Writing Routine (The Write Tools) by Sheryl Jacobs
    Making a vague promise to write “later” doesn’t work. Not consistently anyway. Why? Because later is always…later. There is no point on your clock that says “later” on it. There’s no alarm that can be set to go off “later.” Later is a vague, indefinable point in time that can always be pushed back. And if you keep pushing your writing off until “later,” you’ll usually find that the day has slipped by without you doing any writing at all.
  • Roxanne shared from Gone Girl: A Novel by Gillian Flynn
    One should never marry a man who doesn’t own a decent set of scissors. That would be my advice. It leads to bad things.
  • Roxanne shared from Gone Girl: A Novel by Gillian Flynn
    There’s something disturbing about recalling a warm memory and feeling utterly cold.
  • Roxanne shared from Create A Character Clinic: A Step-By Step Course in Creating Deeper, Better Fictional People by Holly Lisle
    The Core Dump core dump, also expository lump, exposition hell, death to all readers: All the author's research crammed onto a page or ten of mind-numbing detail so it won't go to waste. A core dump does not move the story forward, and frequently fails to even include the characters.
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Roxanne Crouse