You’ve survived Monday! Reward yourself with these informal writerly learnings 🙂
K.M. Weiland unpacks four challenges of writing for a modern audience. Helping Writers Become Authors
Julia Munroe Martin shares lessons from a revision. Writer Unboxed
Leslie Marshman: when giving up is not an option. Tiffany Yates Martin waxes on the rarity of one random “yes” and what to do if you never get one. (Hint: keep writing!) Laurie Schnebly wants you to grab ‘em, keep ‘em, bring ‘em back. Writers in the Storm
Jenn Walton is turning daily news into story fodder. Bronwen Fleetwood helps you figure out whether your book is YA or adult. Charlene Jimenez shares five truths about receiving writing critiques. DIY MFA
Janice Hardy five tips to help you move forward when you’re stuck on a scene. Fiction University
Becca Puglisi explains how to introduce otherworldly elements without confusing readers. Then, Oren Ashkenazi says, stories need to stop promoting torture. Mythcreants
Chuck Wendig: on running and writing and how a little becomes a lot. Terribleminds
Jami Gold discusses the importance of balance in our lives.
Mareila Santos introduces us to Beth Phelan, the literary agent behind #DVPit, who brings new voices of colour to the literary world. Ozy
And that was Tipsday.
Until Thursday, be well!