We’ve all read oodles of books and articles on writing tips. Take a moment to read this outstanding post: http://withoutbullshit.com/blog/10-top-writing-tips-psychology/ over at Josh Bernoff’s blog, Without Bullshit. You won’t regret it. Plus, there’s a cool printable chart to hang near your writing area.
Excellent post on bringing your characters to life – from E.J. Runyon’s Author Blog.
I came across a useful article about the Five Sentence Synopsis, a tool to use when self-editing or plotting your novel. It’s five targeted sentences you write about one character focusing on either story structure, internal journey, or romantic arc.
Check out the entire post written by Camy Tang below:
Before you embark on NanoWrimo, check out this useful article by Lisa Cron at WriterUnboxed.com Story First, Writing Second – Especially Come November
Only three weeks to go until NanoWrimo begins. Make the most of your time by having your storyline prepared first, then you can write your heart out.
This post is definitely worth reading. I’m in the middle of reading K. M. Weiland’s current book, Structuring Your Novel and she gives excellent advice.