7 Things to Try When Writing Is Hard – Helping Writers Become Authors

When your writing is hard, here are a few practicable steps that will help you move toward a solution for your situation’s unique challenges.

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7 Tips For Writing Meaningful Death Scenes • Writer’s Edit


Let’s admit it, readers: we all love a good death scene. Whether we’re ugly-crying because we loved the character so much and OH, THE INJUSTICE, or punching the air and cheering because that villain got what they deserved… There’s nothing like a well-crafted death scene to elicit a strong reaction in a reader. But how […]

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7 Quick Tips for Mastering Pacing in Your Story • Writer’s Edit

Most writers will be aware that pacing is important, whether in a short story, a novel or across an entire series. But what exactly is pacing? Why is it so important? And how can you make sure you master it in whichever kind of story you’re writing? Pacing in fiction refers to the speed at […]

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5 Lessons From a Lost Novel – Helping Writers Become Authors

Learn from five mistakes that contributed to a “failed” novel, as well as important tips about how you can avoid them in your own story.

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5 Things To Avoid When Writing Romantic Relationships

Ahh, romance. Not only is it a massively popular genre of its own, it’s also an extremely common element in…

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5 Key Questions To Ask About Character Motivations

Creating compelling characters is perhaps the most important aspect of fiction writing. Previously, we’ve explored the processes of crafting believable characters,…

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Writer’s Edit – 6 Top Tips For Dealing With Criticism Of Your Writing

As a writer, you’ll hear feedback about your work in many different contexts. Notes from your editor; comments from beta readers or writing group buddies; reviews from readers… There are so many avenues for responses to your writing – and not all of those responses are going to be positive.

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