When you have a clear picture of who your ideal reader is, it allows you to write specifically for them. But it also allows you to feel more connected to them and to write in a more conversational way. Because it’s less formal, it makes for a much more engaging book.
I ran across this article while researching something entirely different. So, I thought I would bring it to chat.
I believe you cannot do a revision without doing some editing. I think the two actions are symbiotic.
Our running topic for March will be Revision & Editing. We will sort out the difference between Revision and Editing and address techniques and forms of editing.
Even if it only shows up in your notes there are some things to consider in your settings.
The truth is that writing great, silly fiction is hard.
Tim Jackson put it in a nutshell when he wrote, “So let me, first off, provide my wholly unscientific theory of being funny: Some people are funny. Some people are not. Pretty simple, really.”
Blog or Website July is Website/Blog Building Month Let’s start off with a Topic Chat about the difference between a blog and a website. What is the Difference Between a Blog and a Website? The difference, it turns out, may be only in our minds. To begin our July Theme we will look at Blog/Website […]
“Dude, like no way. That’s not the way I remember it – at all. You can’t be saying that.” May is Memoir Month at The Writers Chat Room. Come visit on Sunday as we talk about memory. Should you share with family and friends, especially during your first draft? When does a memory become more […]
Sunday, April 29th Alistair Cross and Tamara Thorne joined forces in 2012 and in collaboration, they have written several novels including The Cliffhouse Haunting, The Ghosts of Ravencrest, and Mother. They are collaborating actively on several more novels and together, they also host the horror-themed radio show Thorne & Cross: Haunted Nights LIVE! which has featured such guests as Anne […]