An overview of this year’s writing prompts and a small teaser of what themes will come next year. Do you use writing prompts in your practice?
Tessa shares five tips to well help you during your NaNoWriMo adventure. Writing sprints, rewards, support, planning and picking the right tools.
Here are five tips to help the pantsers in our writing group, the people who write by the seat of their pants. They don’t use outlines, but they start writing. They have a premise and characters in their head and want to tell their story immediately. If you are such a writer or want to
Plotters are the kind of writers who like to work with an outline. Most of them work on their outline extensively before they dive into their first draft. Don’t think you’re not a plotter if your outline is less than a page, but also don’t feel bound by the term ‘plotter’. Use these tips and
Are you still undecided if you want to take part in the National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo)? Here are a few reason why you should join the party.
How do you use your spare notebooks? Here are twelve ways to make use of your notebooks.
Tessa shares her reasons why she uses fountain pens to write. And it’s not just because they’re fancy (they are, though!), or because it’s the writerly thing to do.
Writing prompts for the month of June. Use them to power up your writing, warm up your creative muscle or as a topic for a writing exercise.
Every writer struggles with the actual writing part, one way or another. Especially when writing is just one of the long list of things that you have to do. But there are a few tools out there that can help you to plan your writing life. Here are five tools that can help you.
Everyone has secrets, but some more than others. Give a character a dark secret and suddenly they become much more interesting. Use this secret to heighten the suspense in your story. Keep the mystery alive until the very end.