20 Inspiring Pinterest Boards for Writers

There are some amazing Pinterest boards listed in this post. Check it out. ❤

Find out how the visual platform can inspire, teach, tempt and entertain writers.

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How to Begin Writing a Novel When You Don’t Know What to Do

I am working on book 2 myself, although I think I have a clue. No matter… if you don’t have a clue how to write a book, check out this great post from Goins, Writer. Excellent tips. Just click the highlighted link at the bottom of this share. ❤

 

I’m about 20% into my new novel at this point, and was just struck with a very important realization: I have no idea what I’m doing. But it’s fun to learn new things, right? Well, sometimes.As this challenge gets progressively harder, I’m learning a few lessons about the art of writing fiction (which seems much harder than nonfiction, but maybe that’s just my inexperience talking).

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The Basics of the Seven Point Story Structure: and How to Use It – The Writing Kylie

Will do!

 

An excellent discussion on the 7 Point Story Structure… try it. It might work for you! ❤

The Seven Point Story Structure is named so because it consists of seven important points that build the story from beginning to end.

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Don’t Derail Your Writing Career Before it Starts: 8 Ways New Writers  Sabotage Themselves – Anne R. Allen’s Blog… with Ruth Harris

What great advice! You will want to read this one! ❤

By Anne R. Allen   We all make mistakes. It’s how we learn. But some mistakes have the potential to end a writing career before it starts. Today I’m talking about the things a lot of writers do that can keep them from having a career—or derail it for a long time. How do I know […]

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100 Common-Sense Ways to Write Better | Writing Forward

Excellent ideas found here! ❤

A hundred sensible ways to write better. Nobody’s born knowing how to read and write. Sure, the lucky ones have talent, but we all start out learning our

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Start Your Passion Project Right Now by Taking 5 Small Steps

DO YOU WANT TO WRITE A BOOK BUT CAN’T GET IT STARTED? This article will help. ❤

Got a big writing goal? Don’t wait for the perfect time to get started. Here’s what to do instead.

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Understand the Tools of your Trade

Here is some great EDITING help we all probably have at our fingertips and didn’t know! Thanks, Jo Robinson! ❤

Lit World Interviews

You’re unlikely to find gainful employment as a secretary if you can’t type. Any job of work that you want to do obviously requires some study and knowledge of what you’re going to be doing. Likewise if you’re self-employed, while you can call yourself anything at all, if you really want to do what you do as well as you can, you’d be wise to arm yourself with knowledge of your field, and also knowledge of the tools that you use to do your work. For scribblers one of your most important tools is your word processing software. If you’re an Indie publisher just knowing the very basics is not really good enough, unless you can afford to outsource formatting and all the rest. It’s a good idea to study up on what your word processor can and can’t do because either way knowledge can never be a bad thing…

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