It seems like the big questions on everyone lips when talking to an author is whether or not they are a pantser or a plotter. I’m more of a pantser. Before I write I usually know the beginning and the end and maybe a few scenes in the middle. The rest I like to make … More Writing Tip Wednesday: On Outlining.
I subscribe to Janis Hardy’s blog and today I received a wonderful post that I want to share with you all (talk about perfect timing.) Agent Sarah Megibow from Nelson Literary agency (and who just so happens to be one of the agents I will be querying in a couple of months when my manuscript … More Writing Tip Wednesday: Agent Sara Megibow’s Tips On The Emotionally Healthy Publishing Career
I am currently working on a series, in fact, a lot of ideas I have for novels are part of a series. Series are very popular things in both the YA world and the sci-fi/fantasy world, my two favourite worlds to write in 🙂 So I was delighted when I came across a post by … More Writing Tip Wednesday: 7 Tips On Writing A Series by Janice Hardy.
Want to know secrets to making your dialogue sizzle? Over at Janice Hardy’s blog, The Other Side Of The Story, guest author Rayne Hall shares 13 secrets for sizzling dialogue. They are great tips for anyone wanting help to improve their dialogue. And they come with examples, I just love examples. You can check it … More Writing Tip Wednesday: On Writing Dialogue.
In the YA urban sci-fi I’m writing there are a few fight scenes. When first writing these scenes, I started to wonder just how good they were, because there’s only so many moves your characters can make in a fight before things start getting repetitive. Recently I discovered the blog by writer Janice Hardy, and … More Writing Tip Wednesday: Tips On Writing Action Scenes by Janice Hardy.