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Write Your Novel In A Year – Week 6: Overcoming Your Fear of the Middle thewordriven: Write Your Novel In A Year – Week 6: Overcoming Your Fear of the Middle Welcome to week 6 of Anthony Ehlers’s series that aims to help you write a novel in a year. Read last week’s post here. Goal setting Expand the middle of your synopsis Identify and develop your subplots ‘Design’ the interiors of your settings Breaking it down When the curtainWeiterlesen
writingwithcolor: Writing with Color: Description Guide – Words for Skin Tone We discussed the issues describing People of Color by means of food in Part I of this guide, which brought rise to even more questions, mostly along the lines of “So, if food’s not an option, what can I use?” Well, I was just getting to that! This final portion focuses on describing skin tone, with photo and passage examples provided throughout. I hope to cover everything from theWeiterlesen
scriptmedic: Hey there! This is a part of a series on pain and suffering in writing. Part 1 of the series, Writing About Pain (Without Putting Your Readers in Agony), appeared on the eminent and excellent blog WritersHelpingWriters. Thanks again to Angela for having me on her blog! I got a great follow-up question the other day from a-nom-de-plume, who asked: Hi! Do you have any tips on writing pain from an outside perspective? As in, not the point ofWeiterlesen
incandescent-creativity: If you guys haven’t heard about the Book Doctors, then what have you been doing with your writing life allow me to educate you.David Henry Sterry and Arielle Ekstut are a husband and wife couple who work closely with NaNoWriMo and are the authors of a fantastic book titled “The Essential Guide to Getting Your Book Published.” (get it and read it, it’s fabulous) These two wonderful people just did a YouTube livestream (it’s two hours long, watch it here)Weiterlesen