How to Use Layers to Show Intense Emotions | Jami Gold, Paranormal Author
A "numb" reaction isn't unusual for dark or deep emotions. In fact, it's probably fairly normal. But it makes writing the scene more difficult. How do we show numb and deep emotions at the same time? How can readers connect to an emotionless character?
39 Things to Remember While Struggling to Build Your Writing Career
When you're knee-deep in the tangle of learning something new, it's easy to get lost in trivialities. What's important and what's not? What deserves your attention, and what can you let go of? Overwhelm stalls your forward progress, frustration rises (maybe even a little panic?) and the wave of 'I'll never figure this out', washes over. And since the rules are rapidly changing, there is a constant struggle to pull yourself from the quagmire of the 'unimportant', and focus on what's truly…
Random Writing Tips (Book 2)
#3 in non-fiction. The first book is done at 200 parts and thanks to you it was pretty successful so I decided to go for another part to continue with the random tips, quotes and advices. hopefully, this will reach more and more writers and help many aspiring authors to improve their writing skills. ENJOY :)) **I DO NOT OWN THE COPYRIGHT TO THE MATERIALS PUBLISHED IN THIS BOOK. A big THANK YOU to @martaxSofia for making the pretty covers for the books. :)
Random Writing Tips (Book 1)
#5 in non-fiction Tip, quotes, advices about writing that I found inspiring. I hope they help everyone who reads this book :)) I DO NOT OWN THE COPYRIGHT OF THE POSTS. They belong to several websites and blogs. Credit goes to @MartaxSofia for making the new wonderful cover .. take a look at her work and her cover shop. :))
Writing Prompts: Photo
Welcome, amigo! Prompt Guy here. This is a blog dedicated to prompts and the Tumblr community. Feel free to reply with a story, poem, witty remark or addition!
Seven Most Useful Writing Apps for Authors
We’ve heard it said enough: “There’s An App” for that – Does it hold true for authors? We’d say so! In fact there are so many cool apps out there geared to writers that it’s hard to narrow ’em down.
How to write a book that sells: tips from a literary agent
A literary agent shares a 7 step process she uses with clients to help them write a book that sells so they can make a living from their writing!
Here's the Right Way to Use Symbolism in Your Story - Helping Writers Become Authors
Explore how the right way to use symbolism can strengthen both your story’s thematic and climactic elements.
60 Reasons Your Writing Will Be Rejected | Nathaniel Tower
So, you’ve written a story. What now? Well, must be time to submit it for publication, right? Before you do, stop and think about whether this story is really ready to be accepted. What makes me an expert on this topic? Over the past 15 years, I’ve submitted my work over 1,500 times. This has … Continue reading 60 Reasons Your Writing Will Be Rejected
How to Mislead Your Reader with Red Herrings | Savannah Gilbo
When done well, red herrings help writers create plot twists that surprise even the most clever of readers. Learn how to create red herrings in this post!
MASTER LISTS FOR WRITERS: Thesauruses, Plots, Character Traits, Names, and More|NOOK Book
Get inspired...stay inspired. Write faster...write more! MASTER LISTS FOR WRITERS makes 'show, don't tell' much easier and helps you figure
6 (More) Ways to Improve Your Book by Writing Humor - Helping Writers Become Authors
Humor is a craft that can be learned and perfected. With that in mind, let’s look at how a unique and exciting joke is crafted.
6 Do's and Don'ts of Creating Mystery in Your Novel - Helping Writers Become Authors
Creating mystery in your novel is important in every type of story, not just mysteries and suspense. Here are six important do's and don'ts.