Developing strong characters is central to writing engaging stories. Last year I did a lot of writing about how to develop characters. Here are my top character posts to help you develop your characters. Continue reading
A friend asked me recently what I was reading currently and how I chose my books. That got me thinking…how DO I chose books to read? With so many books on bookstore shelves, listed online, and catalogued in libraries, it can be difficult deciding which book to read…and there are always more books than I have time to read. I realised I had three ways of selecting books: a targeted approach, a general browsing approach, and a totally random approach.
Whether you are new to Twitter or not, if you are a writer you will want to follow those with similar, writerly interests. Given the number of active Twitter accounts, it can take time to wade through all the 140 character Tweets to find someone worth of following. To help you out, I have compiled a list of my top 10 writerly Tweeps worth following.
The English teacher holds a beacon and lights the language pathway so that we may understand, experience, emote, speak, persuade, think, critique, comprehend, analyse, imagine, problem solve, play, influence, wonder, inform, create, listen, appreciate, sing, relate, and express.