Category Archives: Reblogged & shared

Writing your first…

…illustrated children’s book. This is a great insight into some of the challenges and solutions for writers itching to get their story told: a piece by Michael Gallant for the BookBaby blog. Read, then get writing!  

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Brain break for writers

Grant Snider’s comic strips make the perfect 30-second brain break between chapters for overburdened writers…

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Five tips to make readers love your characters

Jen Blood, writing on the Creative Penn’s blog today, explains five ways to make readers come back to your characters, book after book, episode after episode… “From television to movie franchises to fiction in every genre imaginable, the world loves … Continue reading

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… and all that jazz, from Senny Dreadful

Jennifer Williams, on her blog Senny Dreadful, describes her experience of generating ideas: “Supposedly one of the most exasperating questions a writer can get is “Where do you get your ideas?” Presumably this is because we’re not allowed to answer … Continue reading

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