It’s been over a week since the end of the Wattpad Block Party – Summer Edition III, hosted by Kelly Anne Blount (@KellyAnneBlount) and as I promised you, here’s a list of my favorite posts, divided in two groups: educational and entertainment. In no particular order:
EDUCATIONAL Continue reading
It’s the last day of the Wattpad Block Party – Summer Edition III, hosted by Kelly Anne Blount. I can’t believe how fast the time flew this month; I feel like it’s still the middle of August!
Anyway, it might be the last day and the giveaways are now closed, but Continue reading
I recently read a wonderful proofreading tip in J.M. Butler’s (@JessicaBFry) Wattpad Block Party post and she allowed me to share it with you, so here it goes: 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
To those who plan to write in the evening, but can’t always switch from other daily activities to creative ones: Continue reading
We all need to edit what we write, be it a book or a blog post. Sometimes people do that as they read their creations and sometimes they prefer to mark whatever is wrong without fixing it and return to it later.
If you are the latter type, Continue reading
What do you hear at the café? What do you hear during a lecture? What do you hear when you are with your good ol’ grandma?
One of the tricks to writing believable dialogue is to consider not only who Continue reading