November 16, 2018

How did my writing creativity evolved since I began writing?

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How did my creativity evolve since I began my writing?

VERY WELL! Since I had no creative writing and only ditto sheets to fill out when in grammar school, 1st to the 6th grade, creating a sentence with correct grammar and spelling was impossible for me. I did not think of writing as creative, and I still think working out the paragraph order, sentences, spelling, grammar, punctuation to make meaningful, a skill is not creativity but dependence on symbols for sounds. Writing for me is trying matching the letters of the alphabet in words with more sounds then respesented and arranged in a mysterious order to make a word for a spelling test. MEMORIZING! 


Finally today, after many years of practice I have enough word skills to write. I'm a victim, a pure visual learner, due to Sally, Dick and Jane, which was taught by who, when, where and how by looking at the picture.  NOT ONE SOUND for the LETTERS!

Still, today I have evolved into a writer and continue to amaze myself; I can write the stories I create for others to read.

October 4, 2018

WRITING MODE?

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I write from visual imagination and creative thought process. The mind, inside my head, is the place of imagines. I see pictures and hear sound. This process started from childhood, I made up stories. I do like sounds and that is one of my basic ways to learn.

Learning a written language was and still is for me a long process of getting spelling and grammar and speaking words correct, so that people understand my visual thoughts.

What I hear and what I see as the written symbols in world of the alphabetal symbols for sounds, which are really aberrations ‘departures from what I hear as normal, usual, or expected’, as for the word aberration, typically from my ears the sounds spoken to the written form is not what I hear. This departure also happens from seeing a story and putting the story into written words. My mind and voice portraits the pictures different when I talk to someone, I must remember to make the picture clear for the listener.



August 31, 2018

To avoid on publication journey?

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What pitfalls would you warn other writers to avoid on their publication journey?

Do the editing, once, twice, and more -- then hire a professional to edit, after that stop writing and doing any edits yourself. 

Have one copy of the text polished, finished, and ready to format for the different ebooks, print on demand, and kindle.  Make edits only to this format.

July 15, 2018

My writing goals yesterday and today!

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My ultimate writing goals, and have they changed over time. (If at all)?

Since 2009 to beyond 2018, my dearest goals are becoming, now looking forward to 2019.
Most projects are set-up; I just update with my written words, videos, drawings, and photo images! And link together for others to travel around the vast web as my Faery Rhyonna, who sits on her Dandelion watching and listening.

Still, need a hardcover for Rhyonna's Fright for bookstores in IngramSparks by DECEMBER 2018. Granddaughter is correcting the last edit.

For April's NANOWRICAMP, this year did DRAWN LINES - how-to-use LINE in art. Made a small hand-held book with lessons including types of lines, textures, and composition. Put on wattpad.com and April A2Z Challenge. Next to apply and teach DRAWN LINES at the Frank Bette Museum.


Art shows at DareDevils and Queens in Santa Rosa last February; Frank Bette Museum has three pieces displayed in Alameda; and at Free up Oakland, I am the artist-in-Residence show September 9, 2018.

For the July NaNoWriCamp — editing words 30,000 — to finished 10 stories about Hindi god Vishnu.

Keeping my blogs updated with my activities:
*writing blog, BlobBlobandBlogging.com included on my Amazon page and Goodreads;
*storytelling blog, TheStoryReam.com, A2Z challenges go to Amazon page and Google;
*art blog, bobbieportfolio.com hosts the DRAWN LINES lessons;
*FACEBOOK — art and storytelling;
*Pinterest - recapping my stories with images;
*@twitter.com - relates my feelings or bobbieism and my bobbiemyths;


*Bubblish.com houses bubbles about Rhyonna's Fright and my stories: Able Women, Bold Tales Told: Vasilisa, and the Fire, the Hunger.


*BobbieKinkead.com has all my stories and where to find them.
E-newsletter EVENTING ... for 2018 have changed the format because most of my friends have their own newsletters or blogs so will have interviews with authors, storytellers, and artists and to also include my latest projects in each seasonal issues.  Join my newsletter and recieve 10 storytelling charts for writing or telling your best story.
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Did the SketchBookProject, my title, I in Line  - is now touring the USA with many other sketchbook in a van, which will be in San Francisco soon.

June 12, 2018

Are book titles or character names the hardest?

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Character's name seem to change more than titles.

When writing about the character, name changing creates a huge problem for the story. That means going back to update the character in the different draft for each book. What a nightmare! Even if I do character's sketches before hand, as soon as that character goes on paper into word from, name changes. As my Queen for the Elfin Village, when she came to marry Jack her name was Fonia Fae, opps, the Emma Fae, opps --> movie characters were made faster then my tales could spin. Finally now, Irenia Kyra is the Queen's name, which the Elfin Queen seems to like. The spelling sometimes gets into a different version so I am always checking. The checking keeps the novels moving along and in a consistant dialogue with the writer because I work for years.