One and a half years ago I decided to change how I used social media. Twitter in particular. I realized I could get more out of my social media if I changed my behavior. Instead of only liking a tweet, I’d reply too. This was inspired after multiple people mentioned how much they appreciated a
Tessa shares five tips to well help you during your NaNoWriMo adventure. Writing sprints, rewards, support, planning and picking the right tools.
NaNoWriMo is getting closer. This week Tessa talks about what you can do to prepare your story. With the help of a summary, character research and a solid outline, you can start NaNoWriMo with ease.
A few years ago, when I started getting serious about writing, I wanted to read more about writing. Many writers have a recommended reading list for new and aspiring writers. Stephen King’s On Writing is on all of those lists. Most of them have Ann Lamott’s Bird By Bird. And let’s not forget Elements Of
New ideas are awesome, fresh inspiration is fantastic, and motivation can strike like a bolt out of the blue.
Unfortunately, that bolt can sometimes hit us right when we’re in the middle of something else. Today, Raven talks about the three methods he uses to deal with the potentially terrible timing of new ideas.
As an editor, there are a lot of mistakes I come across in writing – some them ones I’ve made myself over the years. Today I talk about the three most common pitfalls I find while editing and how to avoid them, encourage self-edits, and wax lyrical about Canadian rock legends.