Category Archives: #WritingTips

World Building: Why Writers Need to be Sneaky When Building Worlds – by William L. Hahn…

I love the post linked here, because it’s a great tool for writing in any genre, no matter whether you write fantasy, mystery etc. via World Building: Why Writers Need to be Sneaky When Building Worlds – by William L. … Continue reading

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Bite Size Writing Tips

Here’s something to think about when sending a story out for a competition. I might use this tip myself. via Bite Size Writing Tips

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4 Misconceptions About Writing a Novel

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There IS a Wrong Way to Write a Book Review!

Do you struggle with writing book reviews? Are you afraid of putting too much or too little information in an honest review? Here are some tips that will help you write honest reviews, without giving away spoilers or hurting the … Continue reading

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Descending into Madness…

Have you ever had a story that just won’t leave you alone? here’s how one author handled her story. via Descending into Madness…

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Editors and Beta Readers – Vital for Independent Authors

As Indie authors, we must do all we can to make our books stand out above the crowd. Here are a couple of tips you need to take into consideration if you plan to self-publish your book, instead of finding … Continue reading

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My Family Can’t Find Out!

Here’s some encouragementfor you memoire writers out there.¬†This post¬†also serves to encourage other writers . via My Family Can’t Find Out!

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