Being a writer

How To Find Your Voice As An Author

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When people ask to join the WITW Facebook group, I ask them three questions, one of which is all about what’s holding them back right now. Rather than waiting until I have all the big goodies ready for you, I thought I’d start addressing these issues right now on the blog. Because, why wait? We […]

Being a writer

Time Management Tips For Authors

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When someone joins the free Write into the Woods Facebook group (which you can join right here), I ask them three questions, one of which is what issues are you facing right now with your writing. Rather than waiting a few months for me to realise all the ideas in my head and create wonderful […]

Plotting

Four Places To Start If You’ve Got Plot Problems

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If you've got plot problems, I feel bad for you... Here's how to fix them

If you’re having plot problems, I feel back for you. I got 99% problems and… Well… A few of them are plot problems. They’re a common thing. And there’s not one answer, which means that when someone says they’re having trouble with their plot, it can take a while to find something that works. So, […]

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12 Ways to Overcome Writer’s Block

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Check out these 12 tips for breaking through writer's block

One of the questions I ask when people join the Write into the Woods Facebook group is what are you having problems with right now in your writing? I decided to start writing blog posts about the issues people are having, as I know they’re not alone and a lot of you will be having […]

Being a writer

Should You Stick To Writing One Genre?

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Playing The Genre Field

What genre do you write? Do you think you’ll still be writing that in ten year’s time? Writing is a fluid thing and some people worry, as they begin their writing journey, that they’re being pinned down to just the one genre. When I meet another writer, I always ask what genre they write. When […]