Guest spot with author and writing coach Claire Beesley. Learn more about Claire and how to connect with her online.
It seems like no time since I published my 2021 New Year’s Resolutions post, and here we are again in a new year. The time really does fly by.
Here we all are, half way through 2021…It came to me the other day that I was at the point of needing to update everyone on my New Year Resolutions
As a new writer, I had to learn the lingo and step by step process of completing my manuscript. I’m sharing my method in hope it will help other writers.
…some ideas of issues pantsers might come across. Each writer is different and what might be a problem for one, is not a problem for another.
You may ask yourself the question, how could listening to music possibly help a writer during their creative process? How do music and writing go together? Here are some things to consider when pondering the idea.
It’s the start of a new year…Here I go again with resolutions to accompany a fresh start, I’ve given up with my usual ideas surrounding healthy eating and fitness; instead vouching on promises I’m more likely to keep involving my writing
Anne found a release in her diary, who she adopted as imaginary friend, a friend she could confide in and share her struggles…It’s this freedom of expression and integrity that I find so inspirational.
A beta reader will assess the manuscript and let you know how well it reads and if they discover any flaws.
There are many types of creatures which could be used as characters in these books. Below I have listed some examples.