If you are writing for NaNoWriMo, you are going to need to inspiration to keep going for the entire month of November. Here are 9 great tips to tuck into your hat.
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A writer’s life: Anton Chekhov. Chekhov wrote an estimated 8oo short stories, everything from one-page jeux to novellas, only half of which have been translated. “I could write a story about an ash-tray,” he said. He invented the modern short story by changing the thrust of the narrative from mere relation of events to the revelation of character through incident.
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I’ve been thinking about various writing methods. There are so many: Pantsers, outliners, what is the “right” way to write? Award winning author Randy Ingermanson teaches his Snowflake Method for designing and writing a novel.
It’s not easy to find a major publisher who is willing to get your novel out there but why leave your writing career in the hands of others when you can get your own book out there yourself. How about publishing your book in electronic form, as an eBook?
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Hold your nose, dive in, and right F-A-S-T! The case for writing quickly. Experiencing blank page paralysis? Digging deep into the well of inspiration and coming up dry? Author Ruth Harris shares methods to jump start your writing and explains why writing crap is a better than not writing at all.
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