Planning your story well can make the writing process easier. You won’t wander off on side adventures or get muddled as you build to the climax because you’ve already decided where you’re going. A story plan can make sure you go in with characters already developed and ready to move, and plot twists ready to construct. However, even the most carefully built story plan can become more of a burden than an aid. I’ll be exploring reasons why you should be willing to follow your story as it develops, rather than stick rigidly to a pre prepared story plan.
I’m delighted to share with you my interview with romance author Rachel Brimble. I asked her about her writing experience, her books, including her latest novel Trouble For The Leading Lady, and the writing advice she can bring to aspiring authors.
Characterisation is one of the most important keys to hooking your audience. If your characters are flat or don’t feel real, your story will feel flat and unreal. I’ll be writing about how to use emotional bruises to shape characters in a way that keeps them feeling real and captivating for your audience.
I am delighted to share with you my interview with author of Strip Naked and Redress With Happiness, Maria Hocking.
If you’ve been exploring different kinds of writing advice, you’ll no doubt have come across the advice to write drunk and edit sober. It’s given regularly, and often in a pretty little meme with a curly font. But, in honesty, is it ever useful?
I am excited to share my interview with Natasha Boydell about her book, The Missing Husband. I ask her about her book, her writing experiences, and what writing advice she can bring to other aspiring authors.
When you first start writing your story, you’ll probably go in knowing who your Protagonist is. Your protagonist is the main character and it’s their story you’re telling, so that makes sense. However, unless you’re telling a one person story, you’ll need other characters. For some people they need to plot and plan all their characters in advance. But, if you’re more like me, you’ll want to develop your characters as your story unfolds. I’ll teach you how.
I am delighted to share with you my interview with Gemma Nice, author of Bee Fit, Baby Enhanced Exercise Yoga. I hope her words will inspire you!
I am very proud to say that one of my jobs is to be a writer. I write words, people read them. Of all the ways I try to make my way in this world, that is the way I invest most my heart and soul. I’ve been asked many times how someone who aspires to it can be a writer. So these are my top tips.
I am excited to share with you now my interview with author Ros Barber. She talks about her new book, Devotion, her writing experiences, and shares her wisdom to inspire others.