Writing Tips: Great Articles to Improve Your Writing

World Building:

HOW WRITERS CAN CREATE THEIR OWN GALAXIES FAR FAR AWAY By Drew Chial

“In honor of Star Wars: The Force Awakens I wanted to explore world building in fiction.”

Read Here: http://drewchialauthor.com/2015/12/14/how-writers-can-create-their-own-galaxies-far-far-away/

 

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Writing Action Scenes:

Writing Kick@$$ Action Scenes–Hook! Cross! T.K.O. By Alex Limberg guest posting on Kristen Lamb’s Warrior Writer’s Blog

“To mix things up a bit, Alex is assisting me through the holiday season. Also, his free ebook “44 Key Questions” to test your story will help you with creating intriguing stories. This time he puts on his action hat and shares a clever recipe to write your readers’ socks off with action scenes.”

Read Full Article Here: https://warriorwriters.wordpress.com/2015/12/14/writing-kick-action-scenes-hook-cross-t-k-o/

 

Improving the All Round Quality of Your Writing:

HOW TO WRITE A NOVEL THAT WILL ACTUALLY BE WORTHY OF PUBLISHING By Michael Christiano

“Since publishing a book is easier and more accessible than ever before, it’s important to know how to write a novel that’s worthy of being published.”

Read More: http://ryanlanz.com/2015/12/12/how-to-write-a-novel-that-will-actually-be-worthy-of-publishing/

 

The difference between being a reader and a writer. Via Writer’s Circle on FB.


Self-Editing Tips:

TOP SELF-EDITING TIPS FROM PROFESSIONAL REEDSY EDITORS By Ricardo Fayet

“Revision is the most important part of writing a novel —yup, we said it: the most important part. Getting ideas down on the page might be challenging, but learning to see your work objectively, consider how readers will experience your story, and write into an ever-shifting marketplace is a different kind of difficult.”

Read the Full Post Here: http://kobowritinglife.com/2015/12/07/top-self-editing-tips-from-professional-reedsy-editors/

 

On Novel Structure:

Structuring a novel: 7 vital elements via Now Novel

“Why is structuring a novel crucial?

It puts in place the footholds you need to reach the finish. There are so many different ways of approaching structure in a novel that it can seem overwhelming. Regardless of what method of creating a structure for your book you find easiest, there are seven essential elements that most successful novels have:”

Read Here: http://www.nownovel.com/blog/structuring-a-novel/

 


On Maintaining Discipline:

Daily Discipline for Writers – Keep After It By Carrie Lynn Lewis

“This is the fourth and final week of our Daily Discipline for Writers series. We’ve shared a lot of good information and tips on developing discipline in your daily writing. This week, we’ll tie it all together.”

Read More: http://www.indieplottwist.com/daily-discipline-for-writers-keep-after-it/

 

Story Writing Tips From the Greats:

28 Writing Tips for Writing Stories from Edgar Allan Poe, William Faulkner, Ernest Hemmingway, and F. Scott Fitzgerald By Josh Jones

“Most writers find their individual voice only after they sojourn through periods of imitation. Though it’s an excellent way to appropriate experimental techniques and move out of comfortable ruts, imitation can only take us so far. But more prescriptive guidelines from famous authors can offer ways to refine our individual styles and visions.”

Read More: http://www.openculture.com/2015/12/28-writings-tips-for-writing-stories-from-edgar-allan-poe-william-faulkner-ernest-hemingway-f-scott-fitzgerald.html

 

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