Tag Archive | Writing community

Why you need to be part of the Writing Community

Writing is often considered a lonely profession, and while it’s true that it’s a solitary task, it does not have to be lonesome.  Even a socially-awkward, highly-anxiety-ridden person like myself, can make connections within the writing community. A strong network Humans are social creatures, even those of us who do not thrive in social situations,…

NaPoWriMo/GloPoWriMo 2018 Challenges on the Go Dog Go Cafe

Originally posted on Go Dog Go Café:
For National Poetry Month in 2003, American poet Maureen Thorson pledged on her blog to write a poem a day for the month of April and invited other poets with blogs to join her. Thorson continues to sponsor this annual project and the amount of participating poets continues…

RonovanWrites #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt #Challenge #96 Lightning&Rain

RonovanWrites #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt #Challenge #96 Lightning&Rain

Originally posted on ronovanwrites:
Haiku Poetry Prompt Writing Challenge Useful Links. Click HERE for LINKS to last weeks Entries for Dragon&Invite. Thesaurus: Lightning, Rain. HowManySyllables.com Thesaurus.com Haiku in English How to do a Ping Back The Challenge Words! Lightning&Rain Not sure how to write a Haiku? Click HERE for a quick How to write Haiku…

Romance Writers Weekly #lovewritechat

Originally posted on A Writer's Life For Me.:
Romance Weekly time 😀 If you’ve joined me from the incredible Kim Handysides then welcome! This week we’ve been asked, ‘What everyone is working on at the moment. Details & conundrums, plus five bonus points for including a wee bit of your favourite scene.’ Well, as…

Romance Weekly Blog Hop #lovewritechat

Originally posted on A Writer's Life For Me.:
It’s Romance Weekly time! Welcome to all those joining me from the awesome Dani Jace’s blog, author of White Doe. This week’s question came from Sarah Hegger and was about opening lines: A great opening line draws the reader in, makes them want to know more…

Make a Difference in the Writing Community

Originally posted on Creative State of Mind:
Most authors at one time or another have dreamed of taking the writing world by storm with a breakout bestselling novel. I’m sure most of us still harbor hope this will happen. Regardless of sales or monetary success, we can still make a difference in the writing community. Whether…

Books Sold by Genre: Or Why You Should Write Children’s Books

Originally posted on Taipei Writers Group:
See, this is why J.K. Rowling was a genius. She wrote in the children’s fiction plus fantasy genre, so that puts her books in over half of the most popular books ever sold. The below chart shows an estimate of all the books ever sold by genre. Which genre…

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