Four Tips for Writing When You’re Depressed — Well-Storied.
When depression wreaks frequent havoc on your mental health, how can you still work to live your best writing life? I'm sharing what I've learned from experience today on the blog.
Want to write a novel? Whether you want to write romance, young adult, fantasy, or any genre, you can learn how to write them by reading books. With a ton of book choices out there, where do you start? Well, here's a list of books that will help you from plotting, editing, and publishing.
How to Be More Productive
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Who Knows What When (Writing Worksheet Wednesday)
Writing Worksheet – Who Knows What When (PDF) I’ve covered plot holes before, but this worksheet is to help you specifically with the type of chronological lacuna that I fall into most often: mistakes arising from remembering which characters know what when. These errors are difficult to spot and can have some profound effects on the plot, so…
Idea Generation Worksheet
#amWriting | Creative Writing Worksheet – Idea Engine (PDF) Here is a worksheet that will have you generating story ideas a dozen at a time! Fill the engine up with words and watch it work its genius. But write quickly, without second-guessing yourself! You can find a complete PDF of all of the writing worksheets to date…
Writer Worksheet Wednesday: Writer's Statement - creative writing blog
Creative Writer Worksheet – Writer’s Statement (PDF) I think all visual artists have to construct an artist’s statement at some point in their careers, but I’ve rarely come across a writer’s statement; at least, nothing more than a brief end-bio or article byline. True, artist’s statements often sound trite and self-absorbed and more often than…