There is no finish line in writing. That’s what makes it so fascinating for me. You can improve all the time, whether you are a novice or a published author. The objective of most writers is to have their stories published. This process is, as you will find out if you haven’t done so already, is a long one and is by no means as easy as it sounds. Today, I share a few articles that caught my attention on this topic from Mike Wells, in his website/blog Mike Wells Books/The Green Water Blog. Continue reading “Tips for Writers from Mike Wells”
While there can be no substitute for actual experience, it is good to get perspective on the different issues which you are bound to face when you wish to become a writer. Thanks to Jon Winokur for putting together an amazing list of “Writerly Wisdom Through The Ages”.
The beauty of this collection is that it covers a wide variety of topics. I recommend it be savoured at leisure. It’s not an item of fast food that you gulp down and run. It needs to be read at leisure when you dip into this collection from time to time , like when for example, you feel the need to be inspired.
This has been very insightful to me and I hope it will help other writers and prospective writers overcome the fears in their minds. Continue reading “Writerly Wisdom”
If you were asked to synthesize your learnings about writing in the form of Ten Commandments, what would you say? I am sure you will find it a bit of a struggle! There is so much to say. This makes it tough to condense the essence of your experience in the form of Ten Commandments! Have a shot at it, nevertheless.