Tuesday Tiny Writing Tip #99 – Get Your Brain Back Into Gear

Tuesday Tiny Writing Tip #99 by Dilyana Kyoseva (CatMint5 on wattpad) - Get Your Brain Back Into Gear

Sometimes the more I concentrate on something, the more my brain seems to refuse to cooperate. My solution? Continue reading

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Tuesday Tiny Writing Tip #98 – Critique Swap & Critique Partners

Tuesday Tiny Writing Tip #98 by Dilyana Kyoseva (CatMint5 on wattpad) - Critique Swap & Critique Partners

Need some feedback on your work, but can’t afford to pay someone for it?

No one has the time to read your chapters for free?

Offer them a critique swap!

Get together with some writing buddies (or look for people in writing groups) and arrange to read and give feedback on each other’s work.

Things to consider when you are making the arrangements Continue reading

Tuesday Tiny Writing Tip #97 – A Connection Between the Characters – Fourth Tip

Tuesday Tiny Writing Tip #97 by Dilyana Kyoseva (CatMint5 on wattpad) - A Connection Between the Characters – Fourth Tip

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

Tuesday Tiny Writing Tip #93 – Avoid Accidently Stealing Other Authors’ Characters

Tuesday Tiny Writing Tip #93 by Dilyana Kyoseva (CatMint5 on wattpad) - Avoid Accidently Stealing Other Authors' Characters

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.

Yes?

Something like this has happened to you or you are afraid it will?

Luckily, there’s one easy way to avoid that Continue reading