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My Top 5 Writing Tips

I’m no genius when it comes to writing, but here are five things that have really improved my writing. I hope they help you as well… 422 more words


Taking that Burger with a Side of Characterization

Hey, all! Today I want to talk to you about characterization. For those of us who need a quick reminder/definition: Characterization is how and what we learn about someone in a story that makes them feel/seem like a real person; details about a character in your story. 436 more words

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Lifting the Lid: Live Drafting (1)

I said I would do it, and here it is: my first attempt at recording myself drafting the next section of ‘The Singularity’, with accompanying commentary. 242 more words


September 24 Speaker

From historical romance to mystery and women’s fiction, Velda Brotherton writes sexy, dark and gritty stories. She easily steps out of the old west into contemporary settings to create novels about strong women with the ability to conquer life’s difficult challenges. 89 more words

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Lifting the Lid: Re-Drafting (Video)

Welcome to my first ever video blog, in which I take you through my Google Docs setup and explain my thought processes behind re-drafting ‘The Singularity’. 115 more words


The Ultimate Guide to Google Docs for Writers (+ workflow video & PDF checklist)

PIN TO READ LATER I’ve been learning so many new Google Docs features as I work on The Story Challenge, that I felt I had to document them and share them with my fellow writers!


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8 Reasons To Use Scrivener To Write And Produce Your Books

If you’re like me, you’re always looking for a better and easier way—which means a more effective way—to get your writing projects finished and keep them organized. 25 more words

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