Reblog: What to Do When You Need Inspiration – My Top Tips by Weird Lifestyle

Aren’t there times that you feel your creative juices being in a lack? You try to think of your next topic, but nothing interesting comes to mind. As a creator, during those periods, you most possibly feel you are failing. Inspiration is what you need during those moments. But what can you do when you…What to … Continue reading Reblog: What to Do When You Need Inspiration – My Top Tips by Weird Lifestyle

Reblog: How to Build the Best Productive Morning Routine by Make Your Biz Fizz

Listen on Spotify. You know what it’s like. Your alarm blares and jerks you out of sleep and you realise you’ve overslept. You dash through your …How to Build the Best Productive Morning Routine All right, let’s be real. There are morning people and there are very not morning people. I don’t think there’s anything … Continue reading Reblog: How to Build the Best Productive Morning Routine by Make Your Biz Fizz

Reblog: The “Bread” and “Meat” of Writing by A Writer’s Path

It has taken me years and years of writing my own novels, stories and nonfiction, not to mention editing countless others’ manuscripts, to finally over time realize that there is such a thing as bread and meat in writing. What the hell am I talking about? Simple. I am constantly telling my book clients to […]The … Continue reading Reblog: The “Bread” and “Meat” of Writing by A Writer’s Path

Reblog: 6 Ways To Improve Your Writing by Douglas W.T. Smith

Are your sentences overly long and confusing? In this post, I’m going to share 6 ways to improve your writing. Long sentences can be dangerous. When our sentences are too long, we tend to lapse into the passive voice and we risk making tense and punctuation mistakes. Run-on sentences also distract the writer and the reader. We tend to veer off course and […]6 … Continue reading Reblog: 6 Ways To Improve Your Writing by Douglas W.T. Smith

Reblog: 3 Tips For Writing When Overcome By Writer’s Block by A Writer’s Path

When Maya Angelou spoke about her daily writing routines, she described how she rented a hotel downtown and arrived there at 6:30 in the morning. She would write, stay until about two in the afternoon, then go home and look over what she had written that morning. My question when I read that here was: […]3 … Continue reading Reblog: 3 Tips For Writing When Overcome By Writer’s Block by A Writer’s Path

Reblog: Showing – Not Telling Emotions by John W. Howell

Photo by Narupon Promvichai on Unsplash   Hi SEers. John here with you today. I’m going to further discuss the idea of giving characters life with …Showing – Not Telling Emotions Writers, we’ve all heard of the “show don’t tell” rule more times than we can count. We may think it’s overstated. We may get … Continue reading Reblog: Showing – Not Telling Emotions by John W. Howell