This is a post for the beginner writers, or the writers struggling to turn their writing into a career. I will be talking about the trials of being a writer and the challenges we all face. Some of this information you will already know, but I believe I will clarify various points that might be troubling.
Let’s talk about the life of a writer!
When the final chapter is written the next stage of writing begins. One that is filled with back-and-forth plot improvements, spelling and grammar corrections, rereads and constructive criticism. In this post I will discuss all of this and more, helping you approach editing with the right tools to get the job done.
Let’s get into it!
Not too long ago I was asked what advice would I give to writers struggling with dialogue. I have discussed dialogue a long time ago, so this request’s timing is perfect, as I need to update that piece. I have learned some new techniques that proved better than the old, but some classics will always work.
With that said, here are 7 tips for writing great dialogue!
It’s time to wrap up the series with a look at the different characters one can find in the fantasy genre as well as a closer look at what lore is. We’ve covered a lot so far, but the characters and backstory of your novel are crucial. If you are struggling to come up with interesting characters, or round out the story of the world and its inhabitants, this post has what you need.
With that said, let’s begin!
I’ve been talking about some specific genres a lot lately, neglecting others, so let’s fix that. I am going to give you 10 tips that will help your writing no matter who you are and what genre you work with. These are tips I gather from my top articles and blog posts, the tips that will help anyone ready to try them out.
Let’s get started!
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