Chapter 3 has become another nightmare of using Artificial Intelligence to generate a novel! Can I piece a story together from the content produced by AI? Let’s see…
Author: Joynell Schultz
Pen to Pixel: Writing with AI – A Streamlined Chapter 2
Writing chapter 1 of a Novel with AI turned out to be a mess. Can we improve the process for chapter 2 of “Synthetic Sweetheart”?
Pen to Pixel: Writing a Novel with Artificial Intelligence (AI) – Chapter 1
I’m using Artificial Intelligence to write the entire first chapter of a novel. Is AI capable of such a task? Or is it better left to the writer’s intuition and imagination create the story?
Pen to Pixel: Character Development the Artificial Intelligence (AI) Way
A book is nothing without memorable characters. As I use Artificial Intelligence to write a novel, can the technology come up with characters you want to read about? Let’s find out.
Pen to Pixel: Outlining a Novel with Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Is AI up for the challenge of creating an outline for an ENTIRE novel? And will it actually be good? Let’s find out.
Pen to Pixel: Using Artificial Intelligence (AI) to Generate Book Ideas
How many well-formed novel ideas can AI generate in 15 minutes? Follow along on this multi-part blog series to find out.
Pen to Pixel: Writing a Novel with Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Can I use AI technology to write the next great American novel? Follow along on this multi-part blog series to find out.
Kindle Vella: A Mysterious New Reading Platform
Have you accidentally bumped into a Kindle Vella story and had no idea what the heck you were looking at?
Look no further, dear bookworm!
I have answers about this mysterious new reading platform.
Are You Struggling to Finish A Book? Here’s my Secret.
Me: Struggling to get through long, dense books and losing interest halfway through
Them: Have you tried reading and/or writing shorter books? Maybe you’ll enjoy the efficiency and pacing of a smaller story.
What is Imposter Syndrome? (And 5 Ways to Overcome it.)
Me: “I can’t possibly be a real author. I’m just a fraud pretending to know what I’m doing.”
Them: “You’ve written and published multiple books, have a loyal fan base, and have received praise from industry professionals. Don’t let imposter syndrome hold you back. You are a real author.”