We hear TONS of writing advice, but the only true writing advice is “do what works for you.” But, that doesn’t mean some of that advice doesn’t have its place — if you use it the right way.
In part 1 of this to-be-randomly-appearing series, I talk about the top 3 writing advice bits I hear:
- – Write what you know
- – Write every day
- – Show, don’t tell.
They all have their place… if you don’t take them to the extremes.
When you’re writing a story, there’s a few things you need to think about before you pick your point of view, and point of view characters.
They say if your words aren’t flowing, switch something up. Well… I tried voice to text this week… and it seems to be working?
Here are 5 tricks that helped me make it work.
Whether you’re way over or way under your target wordcount, these tips should help.
I figured out why I wasn’t progressing the plot in my latest work-in-progress.
I was trying to write the wrong type of story!
In this post, I’ll be discussing what the types of stories are, and why the one I was trying to write didn’t work for this story.
(Also, a shout out to the inauguration.)