Where to get relevant photographs is a persistent problem for writers, but it doesn’t have to be. There are many sites available that you can use for images. Continue reading Sourcing Pictures: Using the Power of Public Domain
Life brings some unexpected surprises. You must celebrate them. Here, an unknown anniversary. They help you appreciate what is and what is still to be. Continue reading 8 Year Anniversary: Motivating and Empowering
Can you learn to become a writer? What do you need to activate your artistic DNA? How can you become a better writer? All essential questions. Continue reading Provoke, Mine, and Activate Your Artistic DNA
There can be little doubt that pictures enhance your online content. Put a picture on your blog post and more people will read it. Continue reading Are you Using Pictures to Enhance your Content?
How are you using your time? Truth is too many people let it while away, but tit doesn’t have to always be the case. Continue reading Shattered Glass and the Pain of Not Writing
There is plenty of scope for original thinking on your blog and Peter Giblett explains why you should seek to explain new ideas. Continue reading Originality: Going Against the Flow
Magazines seem to be going out of style in the current era with people getting their information on-line, yet they offer many lessons of style for the blogger. Continue reading A Blog is Like a Magazine, Or is it?
Nancy Czerwinski writes children s fiction and writes this guest post about the challenges of writing. She shows what drives her and how she manages the mundane chores and remains effective as a writer. Continue reading The Ups and Downs of Writing – By Nancy Czerwinski
Darren Rowse, the ProBlogger is a great resource to find out more about the subject of blogging, here is a summary of some things I have learned over the years. Continue reading The ProBlogger and What he Learned about Blogging
The first in a series about writers challenges, Lydia Oyetunji explains the challenges of writing while on the road. Continue reading Truck Driving and Writing: A Perfectly Imperfect Union
Larry Kahaner is very opinionated about the use of writing prompts and suggests we simply get started on our stories. Continue reading Writing Prompts are Dumb and a Waste of Time
Reblogged from Writing Radically this is about how subtext can be used by the writer to express the words and thoughts of their characters. Continue reading Quick and Dirty Tips for Subtext
Free writing can be used either as part of a daily mind exercise for the writer or as a method to gather ideas for your writing. Continue reading Free-Writing: a Great Method to get your Writing Moving
Marilyn Davis believes that the role of the writer is to build upon ideas. This post is reblogged from Two Drops of Ink. Continue reading Convoluted, Charm King and a Cohesive Blog Post
Creative minds are amazing! It can go beyond mere thinking to dreaming up new concepts, see what Wendy Ann Greenhalgh has to say. Continue reading Mindfulness for too much thinking