100 Tuesday Tiny Writing Tips – A List of ALL Tuesday Tiny Writing Tips

100 Tuesday Tiny Writing Tips by Dilyana Kyoseva (CatMint5 on Wattpad) - A List

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

Tuesday Tiny Writing Tip #52 – When Someone Tells You That You Are Wrong


If your work is out there, there will come a time when someone will tell you that you are wrong about something. It could be about a fact, a grammar mistake or a typo, or it could be that they think your opinion on something is wrong. The last of those is a complicated issue for another time, but we will address the rest here. Continue reading

Tuesday Tiny Writing Tip #50 – Editing Checklist


I’m a fan of making lists. They keep everything tidy and organized, and I recommend you use them for your writing. Applying one to each chapter (or half a chapter, or a third of a chapter) will improve the overall quality of your writing. Things you could include in the list and look for when editing are: Continue reading

A Spotlight on Editing – Guest Post by Angela Stevens

A Spotlight On Editing

Angela Stevens

by Angela Stevens

Why I Changed A Steamy Sexy Bathroom Scene Into A Decorating Scene

If I’m truly honest, I enjoy editing more than writing the first draft.


Because that’s when I discover the nuances in my story, where I refine the characters’ motivations, and where I find the novel’s balance. However, the down side is making the decision about deleting or totally redrafting whole scenes and chapters Continue reading