Last week I posted the hundredth tiny tip on my blog. It will be the last of a series that’s been going on for two years.
Does that mean there will be no more writing advice on my blog?
Of course not!
I’ll keep posting tips, just not in the TTWT format. The posts will be a bit longer and more detailed. But we are not saying goodbye to the shorties just yet. Today I’m posting a list of ALL one hundred Tuesday Tiny Writing Tips, sorted in categories so it will be easier for you to find the topics you need help with. The categories (in alphabetic order) are: Blogging, Characters – Names (tips only on naming your characters), Characters – Tips (tips on creating and developing characters; everything but naming them), Creativity/Productivity/Motivation (for the days you don’t know what to write about), Editing (editing and proofreading), Fans/Readers (how to connect to them, how to get feedback from them, what not to do to your community), General Writing Tips (tips that don’t fall into the other categories), Marketing, Titles, Wattpad (these might apply to other similar apps/websites). Some of the tips will only be present in one category and some will appear in several categories.
And now, for the list Continue reading
In August, I gave you three tips (I’ll link them below) about strengthening the relationship between your characters; a couple of days ago, I realized I’ve missed an important point so here’s one more tip on the topic Continue reading
You’ve probably heard this one before, but since I also get newbie writers reading my blog, I’m going to go for it: Continue reading
Has this ever happened to you: you sit down to write and create a new character that seems somehow familiar to you. You can’t put your finger on why that is, so you keep writing until – Voila! – you realized you copied the character (without meaning too, of course) from the book you finished two weeks ago.
Something like this has happened to you or you are afraid it will?
Luckily, there’s one easy way to avoid that Continue reading
Last one of these and it’s a two-in-one: Continue reading
Okay. On to the second very tiny Tuesday Tiny Writing Tip (you can read the first one here) about strengthening the relationship between your characters: Continue reading
Today’s tiny is about how to strengthen the relationship between your characters and it’s one of those simple tips: Continue reading
What are the most important things to consider when you write a book? The story arc and character development. Today’s tip is simple and it’s going to help with the latter. Continue reading
You’ve probably heard “If you love your characters, so will your readers”, implying that your love will show in your writing and (so to speak) infect your readers. That’s good, but how do you make sure that you love your characters? Continue reading
My Wattpad Block Party post is live. Click here to get some tips on character creation and read an interview with Kennedy – the mischievous and charming shapeshifter teen from the Dogs, Bats & Monkeys series.
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