In today’s episode, I explain the difference between idea and concept and give you tips on how to develop your concept into a question that demands an answer, which is your story.
In this episode, I share how I organize my time as a writer using a 90-day planning method. I also share a few of my favorite tools and strategies that help me consistently crush my goals.
If you've written for any length of time, you know that getting the words down is not as easy as it sounds. In today's episode, we talk about strategies that will help you become a more prolific writer.
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Some people will talk about writing processes as if there is only one way. The truth of the matter is that every writer’s process is uniquely their own, and it’s a matter of finding the process and routine that works best for you, your lifestyle and personality.
Finding the process that fits your style will not only help you finally write “The End,” but it will also help you take your writing to a whole new level.
What does your writing process look like?
Are you working on finishing your first draft? Maybe you have a great idea for a book but just haven’t begun writing it yet…
The Fearless Writer is a private writing group aimed at providing additional support and accountability as you write your first draft. This group is for those who desire to finish their manuscript, perfect their craft, and develop a set of lifelong skills that are designed to catapult their writing to the next level. Hope to see you there!
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Beginnings can make or break your story or book, that’s why they hold so much weight. They introduce us to your characters, ground us in their world, and set the tone for the overall story.
In today’s episode, I share 6 tips to writing beginnings that will capture the minds of your readers.