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21 Harsh But Eye-Opening Writing Tips From Great Authors
1. The first draft of everything is shit. -Ernest Hemingway 2. Never use jargon words like reconceptualize, demassification, attitudinally, judgmentally. They are hallmarks of a pretentious ass. -David Ogilvy 3. If you have any young friends who aspire to become writers, the second greatest favor ...
Writing Tips #96: How To Write A War or Battle Scene in Your Novel
Tips by Stephanie J. Hale Originally posted on stephaniejhale.wordpress.com Writing about war in a novel can seem pretty daunting – especially if you haven’t experienced it yourself. War may be the main theme of your book; or war may be a just small part of your story. Even if you haven’t had dire...
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Submitting a Manuscript: Writing a Covering Letter
Many writers aspire to have their novel released via a publishing house after or instead of self–publishing, but have no idea how to approach the subject appropriately. When submitting your manuscript, it’s necessary to write a covering letter that is sent either before or alongside your work. It’s ...
Fair Use in Novels
I often get questions from Anons asking me what is appropriate to use in a novel, from song quotes to character names of wildly popular characters from other books (names that are obviously more unique than just Sarah or Alice or Amelia). So I’m going to lay the groundwork of what writers can ...
Character Voice Consistency
Keeping a character’s voice consistent throughout a book can be a challenge. There are a multitude of factors to maintaining a character’s voice. Keep in mind that as the character develops, the voice doesn’t change. A character’s voice at its core can best be described as a character’s personality....
Writing References
I decided to make a reference post on most of the writing topics I’ve covered so far. If you’re looking for something specific, this might make it easier. Hope this helps! General writing posts— http://tmblr.co/Zq1MFwdYP2Q_ Ideas Worth Your Time http://tmblr.co/Zq1MFwd5V0q_ Antagonists http://tmbl...