Written by WritingSnippets, Ava Milne
I found an interesting post the other day. While blog hopping—an activity I don’t usually enjoy—I came upon a blog that I have since become quite familiar with.
Chas Hathaway appears at regular intervals on WritingSnippets...
Written by Alex J Cavanaugh
What does it take to be a successful blogger? Alex offers answers and some excellent advice.
Written by Jo Ann Schneider
A review of Jennifer Griffin's novel Big in Japan.
Written by Angela Cothran
Meet the success of your writing peers with genuine happiness. The success of one really is the success of all.
Written by Anthony Rudzki
Tony wrote a post on outlining that may just lure Pantsers to the power of the Dark Side, otherwise known as outlining.
Written by Sarah Allen
Sarah reveals three writing lessons she learned from television's Dr. Gregory House.
Written by VanessaKEccles
Helpful tips for researching.
Written by Mooderino
The temptation for a writer to lend a hand, to put their character in the right place at the right time, makes it harder to get to know the character. You are in fact delaying the start of the story.
Written by Liesel Hill
Are your characters distinct right down to their quirks and ticks? Is all the information you gave the readers about them relevant?
Written by Jolly Fish Press
Author Jennifer Griffith dissects the comedic narrative in her latest novel.
Written by Ken Rahmoeller
Do characters give birth to plot or does plot give birth to characters? Read Ken Rahmoeller's view.
Written by Terry W. Ervin II
A trusted reader is a happy reader. Author Terry W Ervin II explains how and why we should trust readers' cognitive abilities, sleuthing skills and imaginations.