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The Writer’s Burnout Effect – by Chiara Talluto…

The Writer’s Burnout Effect – by Chiara Talluto…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
The worst thing that can happen to a writer is becoming “blocked” in their writings.  If you do a search on “overcoming writer’s block” on the internet, you’ll find almost five million results. What about writer’s burnout? I did a search and found over thirty-nine…

Going from Pantser to Plotter – by Gerald Brandt…

Going from Pantser to Plotter – by Gerald Brandt…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
on Fiction University: I work at a day job, as well as write science fiction novels. As you can imagine, this doesn’t always leave me with time to write, and when I do have time, I don’t necessarily have the energy. What I do have…

10 Questions to Help Fiction Writers “Set the Stage” – by C.S.Lakin…

10 Questions to Help Fiction Writers “Set the Stage” – by C.S.Lakin…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
on Live Write Thrive: One of the primary objectives and responsibilities of a fiction writer is to transport readers into the world of their story. However, it’s easier said than done. You, the writer, must visualize your scene—where your characters are, what the place looks…

Daily Writing Leads to Better Writing – by Melissa Donovan…

Daily Writing Leads to Better Writing – by Melissa Donovan…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
on Writing Forward: Today’s post is an excerpt from 10 Core Practices for Better Writing. This is from “Chapter Two: Writing.” Enjoy! “I only write when I am inspired. Fortunately I am inspired at 9 o’clock every morning.” – William Faulkner Ideally, you would write every…

Is Your Writer’s Block Really Writer’s Indecision? – by Louise Tondeur…

Is Your Writer’s Block Really Writer’s Indecision? – by Louise Tondeur…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
on Jane Friedman site: While I was planning my current novel and annotating that plan, I asked myself a series of questions in the annotations. I know I’m not the only one to make notes on a draft in the form of questions, but until…

The Indie Author’s Ultimate Guide to Book Distribution — by AskALLi Team…

The Indie Author’s Ultimate Guide to Book Distribution — by AskALLi Team…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
on Self Publishing Advice: Writing a book is quite an endeavour, but once you’ve got it edited, and you’re ready to put it into the world, how do you actually do that? There’s so many options from exclusivity, to wide marketing, there’s aggregators and going…

Dropping Breadcrumbs: How to Show a Character’s Emotional Wound Through Behavior – by Angela Ackerman…

Dropping Breadcrumbs: How to Show a Character’s Emotional Wound Through Behavior – by Angela Ackerman…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
on Writers Helping Writers: Emotional wounds are transformative and have the power to re-shape a character in many negative ways, impacting their happiness, their self-worth, and causing mistrust and disillusionment to skew their worldview. This critical piece of backstory is key to understanding their motivations,…

Indie authors lead the way – by Sandra Beckwith…

Indie authors lead the way – by Sandra Beckwith…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
on Build Book Buzz: The coronavirus impact on authors isn’t lost on the media. I’ve read several articles detailing how authors are dealing with COVID-19. The word “authors” in these articles nearly always refers to traditionally published writers who are suddenly left high and dry.…

Mysterious and Thrilling Fiction Writing Prompts – by Melissa Donovan…

Mysterious and Thrilling Fiction Writing Prompts – by Melissa Donovan…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
on Writing Forward: Sometimes it’s hard to start a new writing project. Maybe you’re overwhelmed by too many ideas and can’t decide which one to tackle. Or maybe you’re searching for the right idea, something to spark your imagination and inspire your next story. Fiction…

How to host a Soft Launch for your book on Amazon to dazzle potential readers and boost sales – by Stephanie Chandler…

How to host a Soft Launch for your book on Amazon to dazzle potential readers and boost sales – by Stephanie Chandler…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
on Non Fiction Authors Association: When you self-publish a book, you have several options for launching it into the world. You can host a presale on Amazon and promote it for weeks or even months in advance. This strategy can be effective, especially if you have…

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