The power of the English language cannot be understated. Are Britain and the USA divided by a common language or is there today more that unites the world with this language than divides it? Continue reading Separated by a Common Language?
Every on-line writer should aim to produce timeless writing, this means their content can be read at any time of the day or any time of the year, or indeed for many years to come. Continue reading Web based Articles: Make Your Writing Timeless
The writer is always focused on what to write next, the next great masterpiece, yet there are so many pressures to do other things and the question is how to manage their time. Continue reading Intrigue: Thought: What will You be Writing Next?
Many of us have not read out loud since we were school children, yet reading aloud is a useful habit for any writer to adopt while they are editing their work. Speaking your writing will give you a different perspective and allow you to spot errors. Continue reading Writing and Editing: Do you Read it Aloud?
With writing does practice make perfect? This is an essential question discussed by Barbara Baig. Continue reading If You Just Keep Writing, Will You Get Better?
Having encountered Mike Senczyszak’s writing a few months ago I have followed his blog, where he presents some interesting thoughts. He presents today some thoughts about why he writes. Continue reading Why Do I Write? Thoughts by Mike Senczyszak
Reblogged from Joni M. Fisher’s blog this is all about the challenge of getting your writing published, getting the book written still leaves you a long from being published. Continue reading The Long Way to Publication – Joni M. Fisher
Poetry has to be considered one of the highest forms of writing and the desire to improve is what has brought this post into existence. Continue reading I Wish to Write Better Poetry
Reblogged from the Solsbury Hill blog Mike Senczyszak asks the question which every blogger fears. Continue reading Given Up On Your Blog Yet?
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
There are many sites designed to assist the writer. Here are a few that this writer has found particularly useful. Continue reading Web Sites to Help you Become a Better Writer
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
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
Do we treat our blog like a member of the family? Should we? Chris Brecheen provides much humour in this contribution. Continue reading From Chris Brecheen: That Year We Forgot Blog’s Birthday
Are you making sense of your life? Is that why you write? This post is a reblog from Live, Love Share. Continue reading Writing… What Will It Do for You?