Tag Archives: writing

  1. mini writing marathon

    Leave a comment

    September 24, 2013 by thefreshchuff

    It’s midnight, and it’s only now stopped raining. Actually, it’s still raining, but the downpour has faded to a drizzle, and now …
    Continue reading

  2. Why Writers Need to Trust Their Intuition

    Leave a comment

    September 22, 2013 by thefreshchuff

    cslakin, livewritethrive.com In my last two posts in the Writing for Life section of my blog I shared a number …
    Continue reading

  3. Leave a comment

    September 21, 2013 by thefreshchuff

    yellowhairedrobot: I leave myself … interesting notes. 

  4. Ten Mistakes Writer’s Make | broca’s area

    Leave a comment

    September 21, 2013 by thefreshchuff

    Repeats, Crutch Words, and Commas: a list of style mistakes writers often make — and how to avoid them. Ten …
    Continue reading

  5. How Long Should a Book Be? — Word Count For Books Explained | WritersDigest.com

    Leave a comment

    September 21, 2013 by thefreshchuff

    Everything you need to know about word count and book length for books and novels and memoirs. How Long Should …
    Continue reading

  6. Why Deadlines Are Every Writer’s Secret Weapon

    Leave a comment

    September 21, 2013 by thefreshchuff

    lettersandlight: Happy Camp NaNoWriMo Launch Day! Camp is fresh out of the oven, with new features to spice things up. …
    Continue reading

  7. Leave a comment

    September 20, 2013 by thefreshchuff

    Listen, writing doesn’t mean necessarily putting words on a sheet of paper. You can write a chapter while walking or …
    Continue reading