Looking for some informal writerly learnings? Here they are!
Jim Dempsey offers some fiction therapy: achieve your writing goals. Juliet Marillier explains why editing matters. Then, David Corbett shares the content of his Thrillerfest workshop about characters in search of a moral compass. Writer Unboxed
Sacha Black explains why every novel needs a sprinkling of fear. Writers Helping Writers
How to write with multiple POVs. Reedsy
Julie Cantrell wonders, should authors break free from their brands? Then, Julie Glover shares seven tips for finding a great critique partner. Writers in the Storm
Jenna Moreci shares her top ten romance tropes.
Rebecca Fish Ewen explains how to draw nothing. DIY MFA
Chris Winkle lists five information technology blunders and how to fix them. Then, Oren Ashkenazi examines five popular tropes writers struggle with. Mythcreants
Show, don’t tell, the Reedsy way.
Nathan Bransford explains why Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island works. This novel was one of two I focused on for my independent study in grade 12 English class. I have a fondness, and a bias 😉
I’m putting this in tipsday, because reasons. The Lost Words Blessing – The Lost Words.
Thanks for stopping by and I hope you found something useful.
Until Thursday, be well, my writerly friends!