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 more experienced writers and authors. Many of the blogs I feature have invaluable advice, week after week. Feel free to share the posts you’ve found most helpful!
1.Writer’s Agree: Persistence if Key – This is a great post for those of you tackling Nano. T.N. Tobias shares some great advice from some of the masters of writing.
2. Organization. Or Not. – If you are just starting on your journey as a writer this is a must read. “We are not one size fits all.” ~ Libba Bray
3. Multiple Points of View – A guest post from Juliette Wade discusses the how and why of using multiple points of view.
4. Outlining a Novel – This isn’t your typical outline. You might not even call it an outline. It’s outlining Jay Lake style. For those of you who cringe at outlines, you should give this a try.
5. Why Bother to Get it Right – I’ve shared quite a few articles on how to avoid research overload, but that doesn’t mean you should shrug it off. Research is vital to writing a believable story.