How To Survive The Goody Two-Shoes Character #SundayBlogShare #Writers

This can be a troubling situation for a writer and worthy of a blog post. I have recently suffered from this literary affliction and its a tough one to wrestle with readers. You will have created an amazing fictional character who lights up your creative world. They are like an angel. For some strange reason […]

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How To Get To Know Your Characters – Take Them Shopping! #SundayBlogShare #Writers

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  Do you want to get to know your fictional characters? Do you feel like you and your characters need to bond? Don’t despair! I have an amazing new trick for writing better characters. It involves two of my favourite pastimes; writing and shopping. As writers we need to create interesting and compelling characters because no […]

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8 Signs You’re Not Ready To Quit Writing #MondayBlogs #AmWriting #Writer

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You have your reasons for quitting writing; it’s too hard, you’ve come to the conclusion your writing is unlikely to bring you fame and fortune, nobody wants to read your work or even your best tweed writer jacket no longer fits you. They all seem like great reasons to quit. The only problem is that […]

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Author Interviews Ian Probert @truth42 #Writers #Author #Boxing

  Welcome to my weekly blog series – Author Interviews. I spend a lot of my time pestering amazing authors and getting them to agree to an interview on my blog. These interviews provide my readers with valuable insight into a writers’ life. I get to understand how they overcame tough challenges whilst writing their […]

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The Blonde Creative Agony Aunt #writers #WritingTips

  When I am not writing my debut novel I like to transform into a BlondeΒ Creative Agony Aunt. I like to help troubled writers resolve matters of the heart. My qualifications for being a Blonde Creative Agony Aunt are: I like to talk a lot. I like to give advice on things which I don’t […]

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5 Stages of Writer Procrastination #writer #writers

  Bold Statement. The writer announces to the world that they intend to spend tomorrow writing. They set themselves a target based on either word count or a number of chapters to be completed. As the writer finishes their speech they will let out a loud sigh of contentment and stare out of the window with a […]

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Why We Need Writing Friends #writers #amwriting

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Writing friends can be found on blogging sites, in creative writing classes, in coffee shops, on TwitterΒ and via people you know. They are valuable friendships and can be very rewarding. Check out the reasons why we need writing friends: 1. You will not feel alone anymore. There is someone out there who is just like […]

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