5 COMMON ERRORS Writers Can FIX

Fool-Proof Your Writing – 5 COMMON ERRORS Writers Can FIX

Here are 5 tips to foolproof your writing.

Giving Constructive Writing Feedback

If you belong to a writer’s group or know other writers, odds are that they will ask you to give feedback.

Shall I Write Prose or Poetry Today?

Shall I Write Prose or Poetry Today?

Shall I Write Prose or Poetry Today? In my household, there are two writers, my husband Milton and myself. We both write essays, fiction, and poetry. How do we know when our ideas should manifest in poems rather than fiction or essays?Milton is a Wordsworthian. At the turn of the nineteenth century, William Wordsworth transformed …

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Character Traits

There are four basic personality types we can use in our writing - melancholic (sad), choleric (reactive/volatile), sanguine, (upbeat) and phlegmatic (easygoing). From these basic types we can expand our characters into three-dimensional beings using traits.

Some Thoughts on REJECTION

Successful writers know that no piece of writing, be it a short story, essay, or book-length manuscript, should ever be submitted to an agent or editor until it has been critiqued by at least one other person, ideally a trusted beta reader, and best of all an editor qualified in the genre of your piece.