Why Writing Routine Is Important
Calendario 03 / January / 2020 Cantidad de comentario Sin Comentarios

    The same way that an athlete needs to prepare thoroughly before the Olympics, the same as a writer you must follow a workout routine to improve your technique. Establishing a writing routine is not always an easy thing to do, especially for the debut authors that have decided to embark on a new journey. But no need to stress out, it’s not that difficult as it can seem at first.     Here are some tips that might… Read more

Beating Writer’s Block – Help Guide
Calendario 27 / December / 2019 Cantidad de comentario Sin Comentarios

  The mere thought of writer’s block for most authors sends shivers down the spines. However, it’s important to know the difference between actual block and just a bad day or two. Being unable to form a cohesive sentence, the absolute belief that everything you write is rubbish, eye-strain and deleting hours of work in a single action are all symptoms of Writer’s Block. If you are in the middle of a “slump” in your writing, take some time to… Read more

10 Benefits of Writing Workshops
Calendario 10 / December / 2019 Cantidad de comentario Sin Comentarios

10 reasons why you should consider taking a writing course: 1. Writing Can Be Learned. Even though writing feels natural to you, there is always a room for improvement. A writing class or literary workshop will give your talent the needed background education and open your mind to a lot of helpful tips and tricks that can be used in practice. Besides, no matter what kind of art you are doing, talent is never enough. Even though if you have… Read more

4 Life Lessons from Jane Austen
Calendario 02 / December / 2019 Cantidad de comentario Sin Comentarios

Jane Austen was an English author born in 1775 and died in 1817. Her 6 most famous works, are, Northanger Abbey, Pride and Prejudice, Sense & Sensibility, Mansfield Park, Emma, and Persuasion. But let’s be clear – one of the most famous writers of all times started her literary journey with the help of self-publishing. Being unable to get a traditional publisher interested in her work, Austen released both Emma and Sense & Sensibility on her own. Thanks to her determination,… Read more

Which Point of View to use – A Helpful Guide if You’re Unsure
Calendario 19 / April / 2017 Cantidad de comentario Sin Comentarios

Which Point of View to use… The way you approach the angle you choose to take with your book is a huge one, so don’t worry if you have found yourself on this page looking for some advice. Deciding between first, second or third person is a decision that all writers face and is one to be considered carefully. It not only determines the ways in which the author sees the story but more importantly, how your readers are going… Read more