I’ve talked about ideas before – you may remember my Song of the Muses post. However I want to discuss the invasion of stories.
If you are new to writing, it can be hard to know just to plan and arrange your ideas into a well-flowing structure. One of the best ways is to learn from other writers by deconstructing their stories.
So there are these #WriterLife Tag questions that are bobbing around cyberspace. It has probably been around for years, but I am often (fashionably) late to the party so I have only just become aware of them.
As my novel ideas have come screaming back like a furious banshee over the last few weeks, it got me thinking about the Stages of Writing.
I thought it would be a good time to talk about getting started in writing. Mainly because the novel series I have been writing on and off, for what feels like forever, has changed and so I am starting anew.
Whether you are writing a novel or a short story you need to know exactly what your main plot line is.
The terms “talent” and “skill” can often be banded about. I see many young writers, new writers who speak in awe of someone’s talent. This is often followed with “I’ll never be that good” or “I wish I was that talented.”