Someone recently asked me about writing motivation tips and I realized that – even with one hundred Tuesday Tiny Writing Tips posted – I haven’t shared with you one of the most simple pieces of advice on the topic.
What’s that tip? Continue reading
There are only so many times you can use the word “irritated”… Or “annoyed”. Or “frustrated”. Or “ticked off” (yeah, I know it’s a phrase, not a word).
You get it: you can use “irritated” or a synonym of it in your writing. However, in order to avoid repetition while at the same time adhering to the show don’t tell rule, why don’t you include one – or more – of these ten gestures? Continue reading
As you’ve probably guessed by the title, today I’m going to share with you three of my favorite YouTube channels that offer advice on writing and publishing. This isn’t a Top 3; I’m listing them in a random order.
Just a note before we start: I have no contact with these authors and I don’t know how they’d feel about me using their avatars in this post, so I’m not going to include their pictures.
Let’s go then Continue reading
This tip is so short, it would’ve been at home in my Tuesday Tiny Writing Tips series (click here for a list of all tips, sorted by topic), but since I put a stop to those at Tip #100, I’ll have to include it in Writing Wednesdays.
So: what are these two things that are a must for your novel Continue reading
It’s very often that I find myself using the word very to strengthen my descriptions. This word can be avoided and doing that could make your sentence sound better. Case(s) in point Continue reading