Category Archives: Writing resources

Writing Story World into your Fiction

Research your story world deeply, but reveal only enough to keep your readers turning the pages. Extensive research ensures your story world and its setting are totally consistent, but don’t reveal more than is needed to move the story forward. … Continue reading

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How NaNoWriMo kicked me into a good writing habit

For the first time in my life I wrote every day for 30 days. I found out I had some self-discipline after all, that I could write even when I didn’t feel like it. Every November, the NaNoWriMo challenge is … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo: Write your Novel first, Edit later

NaNoWriMo is criticised for what it does not encourage. But for me and lots of others it has been a revelation to write a novel from beginning right through to the end without trying to edit as I go. A … Continue reading

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