Blog Class: Writing, Presenting, Selling. — THE EDITOR’S JOURNAL

AA said… My hope is that my stuff isn’t cluttered and rife with poor writing. I am writing fiction most of the time, so a large audience would be quite surprising, albeit pleasantly so. It would need to be a patient audience, given the glacial span of my updates. I’m barely able to read most […]

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Tips for writing good poetry – Andrew Motion — Comma And

Poet Andrew Motion’s tips on writing better poetry

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Welcome to World Building — Danielle Adams

Hey Lovelies! Welcome to world building. I really wanted to talk about this because it applies to all genres of fiction. No matter where you are placing your story, you’re going to have to make it real to your readers. This can be a little tricky when you’re basing your setting somewhere that a lot […]

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Writing Tip: Names versus Pronouns — Myths of the Mirror

My guess is I don’t need to tell you what doesn’t work about this passage: Mary rifled through the suitcase that John dropped on the bed. “John, have you seen my camera?” Mary’s hands flew to her hips and she scowled. “I’m certain you packed it, Mary.” John scratched his head. It wouldn’t be the […]

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​On Writing and Self Publishing — Life lessons

Gone are the days when one would write a good book only for it to be rejected by the publishers. Very good books like RICH DAD POOR DAD by Robert Kiyosaki faced rejection by the publishers. which means if a best selling book could face rejection, then there were some good books which were never […]

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