Two weeks ago, in the first part of this post, I gave you fifteen ways to show that your character is in love with someone; today, I’m going to give you suggestions on what couples could do together or what one person in a relationship could do for the other Continue reading
This post is going to be part of the Show Don’t Tell subseries of the Writing Wednesdays series in which I give you Continue reading
Okay. We had one negative and one positive 10 Ways to Show Your Character is (Irritated and Happy, respectively); today, we are going to show excitement!
Have your character: 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
Sometimes you have this really nice character… But what exactly is so nice about them? Can you be more specific than just calling them “nice”?
Here are twenty words you can use instead of “nice” Continue reading
In July last year, I posted 10 Most Read Blog Posts of the First Half of 2018; today I’m here to share with you which of the July-December 2018 posts you’ve read the most. We’ll start with #10 being the one with the least reads and #1 (of course!) being the one with the most.
NUMBER 10 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 been a while since I’ve done a word list so I thought it was high time for a new one. Today, I’ll give you thirty-three words to use when describing a character’s voice so you could quickly reference them when you are stuck.
Also, check out the bottom of the post where I’ve link my other word lists.
Let’s get started Continue reading
Are you creating characters that seem too similar to each other?
Do you want to amend that?
Ask Continue reading
Last month, I told you that I’ll be starting Writing Wednesdays – a series, in which I give writing advice, sometimes in short posts, sometimes in longer ones. The first such tip – How I Wrote a Fight Scene for the First Time, was for book/story writers, but today’s shorties are for bloggers.
Short Tip 1: Continue reading