Writing on Wednesday is my weekly feature for sharing great writing tips I’ve found around the web. As an aspiring writer I’m always open to advice from other more experienced writers and often authors.
1. Do more Research to give the Impression of Less Research – Valerie Wade offers some invaluable advice to help your research meld with your stories settings and characters.
2. Breaking Through: Dealing with Writer’s Block – Janice Hardy offers a different way to look at Writer’s Block. Artist who experience “creative blocks” should reads this too!
3. Happy Writer’s Society: Writing Slow – Some writer can churn out a book in a few months, but for others it can take years. Natalie Whipple reveals it’s okay to write slow. It’s about time someone approached this subject!
4. Essential Science for SF Writers – Thinking of writing a science fiction story or novel? T.N. Tobias lays out a few of the necessary principles you may need if you want your story to stand up against hard science.
5. The Butcher, the Baker, the Candlestick Maker – Head over to Writer Unboxed to find out which category you fall into. Me? I think I’m a Baker. 😉