All rightie, then! It’s time for some informal writerly learnings.
Lisa Hall-Wilson: how to make dominant female characters likeable. Then, Tiffany Yates-Martin helps you get unblocked and avoid writer’s block. Later still, Orly Konig shares the secrets to turning a lemon into a book. Writers in the Storm
Julia Munroe Martin advises on the care and feeding of the weary writer. Barbara O’Neal is a writer seeking experiences (it’s called filling the well). Then, Jeanne Kisacky asks, what keeps your characters up at night? Writer Unboxed
Jenna Moreci offers her top tips on writing healthy relationships.
K.M. Weiland examines her difficulties with writing: seven things to try when writing is hard. Helping Writers Become Authors
Janice Hardy explains the difference between archetypes, tropes, and clichés. Later in the week, Janice explores one common way writers weaken their descriptions. Fiction University
Emily Wenstrom shares her tips for decluttering your social media accounts. My latest column came out on Tuesday. How to build an alien: extremophiles. Then, Gabriela Pereira interviews Glynn Stewart about twisting the tropes of military science fiction. DIY MFA
Jerry B. Jenkins stops by Writers Helping Writers to help you write backstory through dialogue.
Chris Winkle wants you to plan super light stories. Mythcreants
Thanks for stopping by and I hope you found something to help you progress in your creative endeavours.
Be well until next time!