After a year-and-a-half-long writing slump, Katarina shares three pretty useful ways to pull yourself out of a hole.
It can be a challenge to find engaging writing communities because a majority of writers are introverts. Even if you’re not an introvert, when a lot of your energy goes into your writing, it can be a challenge to make connections with other people—even if they’re other writers.
As a writing coach, Kim sees a ton of dialogue. if you want to improve your dialogue, she suggests you revise with these four S’s in mind: Significant, Shorter, Smarter, and Sharper.
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Bringing real emotions into her writing is a skill Krista’s aspired to have longer than she’s known why it was important to her. Read her guide of “do’s” and “don’t’s” for how to access genuine emotions when writing.
Welcome to Scribbler’s author spotlight series — an interview with our subscription box‘s monthly author! Each month, we’ll interview the author of our featured book to help you learn a little more about them and their writing process. Find out more about our December author.
Trying to figure out if your story should be in present or past tense? The easiest way to examine your choices is to look at the advantages and disadvantages of each so you can make a more informed decision rather than just relying on your gut.
When I was 19, I started writing my first novel. I’d written fan fiction as a young teen, but my original works were rarely longer ….