Progress: Outlining chapter five. Chapter three and four have been outlined which means I can finally get to chapter five.
When it comes to showing versus telling in writing, most people can agree it’s better to show the readers what’s happening rather than tell them. However, it can be quite confusing to know when to show and how much to show. So below, I’ve listed 8 of the most common places where you should show …
For those of you starting your writing career, you’re probably getting feedback about your work for the first time. And if you’re about to submit your work for critique, but you’re unsure of how to handle the feedback, I’ve got 10 tips for you on how to handle criticism in writing.
When you’re a first time writer, you might catch a few mistakes when writing your book. If you haven’t however, I’ve listed 15 of the most common new writer mistakes you’ll want to avoid. Telling, Not Showing “Do you know why you’re here?” he asked. She was confused. He got slightly annoyed at her. Vs. …
If you’re a writer of any kind, be it for novels, blogs, or some other third thing, you’ve probably faced the almighty writer’s block. Symptoms include staring at a blank page, tossing crumbled paper into a bin, and sometimes a week-long break that can stretch into months.
Progress: Finished outlining chapter three. Holy hell! This was a tough chapter to outline. I’m not even writing the actual book yet, and the outline for this chapter feels like a complicated math equation.
The protagonist of your story should be a lot of things: interesting, relatable, strong, likable, even questionable. There are many ways to make her those things, but every writer has a different method on how to write a protagonist.
Here are some lesbian writing prompts to get your brain muscles working.