All posts tagged “writing tips

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Is Putting Yourself in Your Character’s Shoes a Good Development Choice?

I’ve been thinking about characters a lot recently. Usually, that type of free association wondering opens up a gate to my favourite way of developing projects and ideas: asking questions. How, as writers, we create characters, build them, nurture them, find stories for them or… Read more

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Writing Down the Bones

“Writing Down the Bones” by Natalie Goldberg is one of my favourite books. I’ve read it several times and each time I re-read it, I seem to discover something new, exciting, and inspirational, while expanding my understanding of the writing process even further. Natalie’s spiritual… Read more

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Choose to Commit to Writing No Matter What

If you are like me and struggle at times to find the courage to write the tips and advice below from Natalie Goldberg should help you navigate the stormy waters. 2. You have to be willing to give it as long as it takes. So,… Read more

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10 Writing Tips How to Get Unstuck When You Don’t Know What to Do

1. Keep your hand moving. Regardless of your doubts and insecurities try to keep on writing, even though you think that what you’ve written makes no sense. 2. Lose control, don’t censor or edit your own writing, keep on writing whatever comes to your mind.… Read more

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A Little Bit More About the Characters

Without strong and real characters, your story will have no framework to be built around. It’s worth investing time in developing and getting to know your characters. Even after your first draft, you will still have plenty of time to get to know your characters… Read more