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Zoe's Twitter Tips

I (Phil, not Zoe) often feel like a social media dimwit, at least when it comes to networking for writing purposes. This is especially true for… 666 more words

Dyane reblogged this on Dropped Pebbles and commented:

Help for those confused about using Twitter!

The Writer's Room is Now Open!

The Resources for Writers page is now live! Visit the Writer’s Room for tons of advice, articles and inspiration to help you write and publish your work. 9 more words


Writers' Resources

The internet is a wonderful place. You can find just about anything here, and you can get a complete education for FREE!

Of course, it’s not credited, but there is an incredible amount of information on just about anything for free, up to and including college level courses in various aspects of writing through… 676 more words


How Did You Ever Think of That? (Again)

(Originally posted March 2, 2014 – yes, the idea tree is picked clean)

When I read interviews with authors or books describing their writing methods one question always comes up: Where do you get your ideas?  365 more words

Creative Inspiration

#WritingANovel: Preparation for Plotters and Pantsters.

“It’s a job, not a hobby. You don’t write the way you build a model airplane. You have to sit down and work, to schedule your time and stick with it. 662 more words


7 Reasons For and Three Against Critique Groups

I tend to be a solitary person. I have no problem spending the day with myself–me and my computer (and a good book), exploring the world from the safety of my home-based office. 777 more words


Choosing a Genre---Anatomy of a Best-Selling Story Part 7

Understanding structure helps us write cleaner and faster. Whether we plan every detail ahead of time or just intuitively have the architecture in our head, structure makes the difference between a workable first draft and a nightmare beyond salvage. 2,735 more words

Kristen Lamb

Jean M. Cogdell reblogged this on jean's writing and commented:

How serendipitous (I know-big word) the timing. I don’t believe I could have ordered a better follow-up for my last post. Thank you Kristen, I know my readers will enjoy your latest post at Warrior Writers.   I love comments, tell me what's happening with you and if you’re not already, please follow me @jeancogdell on Twitter or jean.cogdell on Facebook!