Tag: characters

Three myths about writing, and how to break them!

“If there’s a book that you want to read, but it hasn’t been written yet, then you must write it.” – Toni Morrison There are many writers with great potential! However, many myths scare most of the early writers and stop them from reaching… Continue Reading “Three myths about writing, and how to break them!”

Five basic tools for writing an excellent novel!

As writers you and I know, we need to know the essential tools and especially where to get them! Looking for a suitable method to write your novel – There are two methods– One – write as you go.  It means you do not… Continue Reading “Five basic tools for writing an excellent novel!”

Don’t you just love dogs!

Research shows that patting and interacting with animals lowers stress and anxiety levels Over 850 healthcare facilities across Australia involve therapy dogs in day-to-day functions. Therapy dogs are becoming more and more common today. For instance, Curtin University has a beautiful dog named George. It loves to… Continue Reading “Don’t you just love dogs!”

Why should you go to writing conferences?

Many would argue that writing conferences are a waste of time. I have gone through publishing process of many authors who say, conferences do not work! On the other hand, others think they are essential.  What you think? Many writers go to conferences with… Continue Reading “Why should you go to writing conferences?”

Can following political figures help you create great characters?

Generally I am do not look much into political affairs. However, recently I have come across people who are working and in fact studying the subject. One thing I have found out, it can be contagious, because, although I may not be a fan… Continue Reading “Can following political figures help you create great characters?”

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