Writing daily, as I’ve said before, is a monumental task, and one that should be given thought and care. Some days, however, it is hard to get the creative juices flowing and you might need a little nudge in the right direction. Here are some of the best websites to find writing prompts to get … Continue reading Top 6 Places to Find Writing Prompts
Writers often conflate the reader with their audience. While those two do overlap in most regards, there are some very big differences, and you need to be sure that your writing reflects that. Context Matters What are you writing? The context of your work will guide you to who your audience is, and who you … Continue reading Who Is Your Audience — And Why Does That Matter?
One of the biggest challenges facing a writer is how to develop and maintain their writing voice. A writer’s voice can be a plethora of things: writing style, tone, characters, experience, perspective, and so much more. This strange phenomenon that seems to elude new writers can be summed up by children’s literature author Patricia Lee … Continue reading Developing Your Writing Voice
If you want to be a writer, you have to, well, write. It seems fairly easy, but there are still days that I find myself dragging and being all-too reluctant to put a pen to paper. But I do it anyway. Studies have shown that if you write every day, then the benefits increase — … Continue reading Steps to Writing Every Single Day