After reading this article, I followed the blogger. Good sound advice for anyone writing outside of what they think they know.
Sometimes it takes pain to move our character’s along our story. As a writer, their inner landscape is a rich area to mine. This article was helpful in understanding that the character’s emotional journey is some time paved with thorns.
I had to read this a couple of times to get a game plan for my next book. The article was quite helpful. The steps are simple and straightforward. Once you finish your first draft, take a step back and look at this game plan before you go back and tackle it. Good luck.
When you can’t find the right or the best word.
A great article on every mistake I’ve made in writing :). Most times, I’m not aware that I’ve made them. I definitely have this one on SAVE!
Another great idea for writers
When I read this, I started one and it works. Maybe because I’m a visual person, finding characters and help with plotting points brings things together. It’s like you are the casting director of your own movie.
I use Scrivener and never utilized that part of the program. With my current project, I tried it and it’s very helpful.
I always enjoy finding out about the writer’s process. There is no right or wrong way to do it.
Source: It’s Never Too Late!