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by Allison Maruska Welcome to Part 2 of our blog mini-series on where writers get stuck, based on this poll I took on Twitter.
by Liam Cross Writing and editing, whilst they might be of similar nature, are two totally different beasts, and it’s a lot to do with the thought processes behind them that causes the web to be woven like this. It’s often thought that a great book isn’t written, but is rather rewritten –… Read More From Writer to Editor: Two Tips for Better Self-Editing
by Allison Maruska I watched The Hunger Games last night. I read the book before the movie came out, and I’ve seen the movie a few times. So I obviously knew what would happen. Still, a certain scene got me. By that, I mean it made me weepy.
by Doug Lewars “have it your talking may about you Good can’t what to to reader overrated you’re some idea grammar if ignored. when be but be want writing it entirely comes” The above is a random collection of words – literally random – I used a random number generator in Excel to… Read More The Plight of Grammar in Writing
by Andrea Lundgren So yesterday, having written about the benefits of omniscient narration, I thought I’d rewrite a scene from third person close narration, using an omniscient narrator. I figured out the narrator’s identity, his perspective on the characters, and how he came to know the details of the story, and I sat… Read More Should You Write Third Person Omniscient?
by R.J.Harrigan Being a writer is one of the hardest but most rewarding passions to pursue. Unless you’re thinking monetary rewards in which case, be a doctor or something. I kid…not really. How to be a writer is another challenge. Here are 3 simple tips to follow so you can call yourself a… Read More 3 Tips For Being an Effective Writer
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by Katie McCoach Your fingers hurt. Your eyes burn. You haven’t had anything to drink except coffee for the past few days, weeks, year. You are pretty sure you haven’t slept a full night without dreaming about characters and plot lines. You are certain you will never type again. Because you finally finished… Read More What to Do After the First Draft