If you're looking for a new challenge to push your writing in the coming year, then I heartily recommend the 85K 90Day Writing Challenge hosted by Julie Valerie. The Challenge (technically) runs from 1st January to 31st March every year. I say technically because there are more steps throughout the year in regards to Editing, Prepping etc. It just means if you completed the challenge and wanted continued encouragement, support and advice on the following steps in your writing journey, you can use the 85K Challenge to help.
Today I welcome author Natalia Leigh onto my blog, who shares her advice on hiring an editor when you are a self-published author. Enjoy! Big thanks to Natalia for being today’s guest poster, please make sure to check out her links and details at the end of this post.
Today I welcome writer Aurora Elestren onto my blog, who shares her advice on how to write personal values in a meaningful way. Enjoy! Big thanks to Aurora for being today’s guest poster, please make sure to check out her links and details at the end of this post.
Today I welcome writer Amelia Foster onto my blog, who discusses the responsibility of writing. Enjoy! Big thanks to Amelia for being today’s guest poster, please make sure to check out her links and details at the end of this post.
Time for another guest post! Today I welcome the wonderful Shaina Krevat onto my blog, who shares her methods for describing characters. Check out her article below and if you have any questions, please leave them in the comments section for her.
Today I welcome the lovely T.A Hernandez onto my blog, who is discussing the use of Social issues in fiction.
Today I welcome the wonderful writer and blogger Yari Garcia onto my blog, who is sharing her advice on story structure. Enjoy 🙂
Since 2018 is drawing to a close, I felt this was the perfect time to let all of you who are unaware, that there is an awesome Writing Challenge that runs January 1st to March 31st every year.
Nothing sinks a submission faster than sending commercial work to a literary venue or sending literary work to a commercial venue. But how is a writer to determine if her or his voice is literary or commercial? And why does defining your voice matter? And what do we mean, precisely, by literary and commercial?
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. I've been writing for a long time and looking back I can see how my skills have developed. I used to wish to be published at the age of 18. However, now I am really REALLY glad I didn't attempt it. I was not ready and I have seen how much better my writing has become over the years. Now I consider myself a much stronger writer* and one thing I noticed as my skills improved was how I started to react to books and movies.