All posts tagged "fiction advice"

  • Common Mistakes That Will Annoy Your Readers - Writer's Life.org
    Common Mistakes That Will Annoy Your Readers

    When it comes to writing books, we are all going to make mistakes. Even the most experienced and successful authors do. Even after redrafting and editing it is almost impossible to write an utterly flawless book, and...

    • Posted February 13, 2018
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  • Show information about the snippet editorYou can click on each element in the preview to jump to the Snippet Editor. SEO title preview:What You Can Learn From Other Writers - Writer's Life.org
    What You Can Learn From Other Writers

    Many writers see writing as a somewhat solitary pursuit. It’s true that we might spend much of our writing time working alone. However, other writers are a genuinely vast and unending resource, and not tapping into that...

    • Posted February 5, 2018
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  • How To Get Inside Your Readers Head

    One of the most helpful things you can do as a writer is to identify who your reader is. No matter what we are writing about, figuring out exactly who will want to read your work, and...

    • Posted January 31, 2018
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  • Writing Your Life Story? Here's How To Get Started - Writer's Life.org
    Writing Your Life Story? Here’s How To Get Started

    If you think your life would make for interesting reading then turning it into a story or writing a memoir can be an exciting and rewarding challenge. Writing your life story, however, may not be as easy...

    • Posted January 24, 2018
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  • Show information about the snippet editorYou can click on each element in the preview to jump to the Snippet Editor. SEO title preview:Should You Base Your Book On A True Story? - Writer's Life.org
    Should You Base Your Book On A True Story?

    When it comes to writing a book, many authors wonder how much of ‘themselves’ they should put into it. We’ve all been told that ‘writing what you know’ can be helpful, and that by drawing on our...

    • Posted January 22, 2018
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  • Quick Writing Exercises You Can Do On The Go - Writer's Life.org
    Quick Writing Exercises You Can Do On The Go

    When it comes to writing, we should all be open to learning more, whether we’ve been writing for years or we are just starting out. Learning new techniques, experimenting with new ideas and trying to absorb as...

    • Posted January 20, 2018
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  • Show information about the snippet editorYou can click on each element in the preview to jump to the Snippet Editor. SEO title preview:How To Write A Great Death - Writer's Life.org
    How To Write A Great Death

    Killing off characters in a novel is one of the most difficult and exciting parts of writing it! An effective death has a significant impact on your story and how your readers feel about it. It is...

    • Posted January 17, 2018
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  • How To Set A Scene Like A Pro - Writer's Life.org
    How To Set A Scene Like A Pro

    When it comes to writing a book, setting the scene, so it draws the reader in and creates a platform for the action that’s about to unfold is so essential. All great writers need to learn how...

    • Posted January 16, 2018
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  • How To Avoid Writer's Stereotypes - Writer's Life.org
    How To Avoid Writer Stereotypes

    When it comes to writing one of the most costly mistakes an author can make is writing cliches or creating character stereotypes. Great writing should be unique and original. It should make your reader sit up and...

    • Posted January 15, 2018
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  • Your 12 Month Book Marketing Plan - Writer's Life.org
    Your 12 Month Book Marketing Plan

    When it comes to marketing a book, many writers feel understandably daunted. Book marketing is one of the hardest parts of successfully publishing a book, and for many authors, they just don’t know where to start. Making...

    • Posted January 13, 2018
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