Writing is a creative process and every writer works in their own unique way. Today, I take you through my process of creating poetry that resulted in the poem I had published earlier this year.
This reading and writing activity will involve reading, reflecting and writing to get you thinking about and practicing what hooks a reader in, tone and style.
Writing prompts are good as a warm up and get the creative juices flowing, when you are stuck to help you work through writer’s block, or when you are short of time but want to do some writing for the day.
There are not enough days in the week, hours in the day. Much of my time this year has been taken up with the writing and editing of my novel.
Young adult historical fiction can offer readers conflict and alternative ways of being that can help adolescents navigate the path to adulthood.
At some point while writing your novel, you will need to write a synopsis. These can be difficult to write, but by following a few simple steps, you can ensure you get it right first time.
There’s only really one wrong way to write a book and that it to simply not write!