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Writing Weekend #6

Last weekend’s writing challenge was about rules. The week before that dealt with setting.

Your writing challenge for the weekend is about the history of your story’s world. 141 more words


World-Building 101: History

Last week, I wrote about rules and the week before that was setting. This week, it’s all about history.

As a writer, chances are you excelled at English and history in school. 369 more words


Realistic goals

In order for our goals to be realistic, it needs to represent an objective towards both something you willing and able to work towards.  This goes back to not pushing yourself to hard.   199 more words

Small Steps

The Case of the Missing Books by Ian Sansom

* This suggestion is part of our National Library Week 2015 series. To celebrate libraries everywhere, we are posting a library-related suggestion every day this week. 381 more words


#Motivation from bestsellingfictionpodcast

If you’re a no name author just starting out, build rapport with others, share tidbits of your personal journey, or other marketable peices of content (like artwork, writeups of your characters or villain, setting, etc). 48 more words


Hausfrau, by Jill Alexander Essbaum

Poet Jill Alexander Essbaum transits into the fiction genre with the precision of Swiss clocks and indeed Swiss trains — ushering in a new Madame Bovary, an Anna Karenina for the 21st century. 454 more words


Forth Bridges at Sunset

Forth Bridges at Sunset by JamesHutcheon (http://ift.tt/1ytOHVg) at April 29, 2014 at 12:54PM (via http://ift.tt/1khMJLm)
The Forth Bridges at sunset