Energize your writing life with these three tips from other writers

June 11, 2014 at 2:39 am Leave a comment

Being a crazy writer and all-around nuts individual, this article appealed to me. I am writing my next book and as one thing after another gets in the way of my story line, I was reminded in this wonderful blog about taking a different path. Parents this works for you too, when it comes to getting your tween or teen to cooperate.
MsParentguru signing off…

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Sometimes the trick to having a great writing day is just getting started. Here are three tips from other writers that inspired me and may help you too.

Write scenes out of order. Sometimes I know the end of a story before I know the beginning. So I go ahead and write the last scene. Or sometimes I have a key scene in mind that is asking to be written. I write it, and it gives me momentum to find the rest of my story.

This drives one of my writing friends crazy because she absolutely must write her novels starting from the beginning. I say, do what works. You’ll find advantages and disadvantages to every approach. But if you’re stuck about how to approach your next piece of writing, think about writing scenes in the order they come to you. Read about how Roz Morris started doing this in…

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