It’s time for another post as a Resident Writing Coach over at Writers Helping Writers, where we’re exploring how a specific writing technique can point readers’ attention just where we want it.
We’ll probably all struggle with creative blocks during our writing career, so what can we do to help? Christina Delay shares her insights.
Self-awareness is a good trait for writers to have. What 5 habits can help us become more self-aware, and how can they strengthen our storytelling skills?Pin It
Want to improve your writing? Here are the strengths and weaknesses of 5 common ways to learn and improve our writing craft.Pin It
If we’re not careful, we can burn out or suffer serious consequences. So once in a while, we all need to evaluate our workload and reprioritize…even me.Pin It
Third-person POV ranges from the most distant to the deepest perspectives, so how can we tell where our story falls on the POV spectrum to avoid problems?Pin It
The advice “write to market” often causes a strong reaction. What does it mean? Can we benefit from writing to market without selling out?Pin It
Much of writing is subjective, so it can be hard to know how to treat writing advice. Is it a hard-and-fast rule, a guideline, or a personal preference?Pin It
When learning something new, we’re often eager to find someone we trust to give us the lowdown. How can we make the most of a mentorship — real or virtual?Pin It
Of the many confusing words in the writing world, the worst might be the terms “scenes and sequels.” What’s the purpose of sequels and how do we write them?Pin It