When reading other people’s writing to give feedback – for example at our All-genre Feedback Evenings – having a few questions in mind can help guide you towards giving superior feedback. Asking a few questions that you would like beta … Continue reading 10 Questions to ask your beta readers
Where do you write and when do you write? This is something that has always fascinated me about other writers. When and where they do the actual writing. For me, writing is something I do at home when the room … Continue reading When and where do you write?
Is your main character always an aspect of yourself – in other words, are your characters just you? I’m not talking about Mary Sue characters – those are bad through and through. What about your characters that are well written – … Continue reading Are your characters always you?
How would you go about surviving the apocalypse? End of the world scenarios are a popular one for writers to explore. In the Thanet Creative: Writers (facebook group), we’ve been looking at the topic of how to go about surviving the apocalypse. It … Continue reading Questions: Surviving the apocalypse
Crafting a unique character with an interesting character backstory is quite easy – all you need to do is ask yourself the right questions. I wrote on my own blog that running an RPG game is very similar to writing … Continue reading Crafting a character backstory like an RPG player
Writer’s block – when you don’t have it and the muse is with you it is great and when she runs off and you feel blocked it sucks. How do you overcome writer’s block? This post is inspired by a … Continue reading Overcoming Writer’s Block
We are now at the end of day 4 of week one of the Awesome blogger awards and a few questions have come up that I need to answer. How do I enter the Awesome Blogger Awards? The Awesome Blogger Awards … Continue reading Awesome Blogger Awards: FAQ