A Writing "Commercial" by a fellow author, Rebecca M.
Scattered between our fun Fan Stories, I am inserting the first of (I believe) three Guest Posts for improving and/or learning about our writing. So, with no further introductions (none needed), here is a guest post from Rebecca M., from Rebecca's Reading Room. Hello Writers, Mrs. M. was very kind and invited me to guest post for her about writing. I didn't used to like writing. In fact, it was nearly as bad as math when I was in school! (And that was bad.) In my years of writing, I've come…
Taking Yourself Seriously • Any Possibility
Taking yourself seriously as a writer is a rite of passage. You go from uncertainty to asserting yourself. You know what you want, and you take it.
How to Create a Character Kit in Adobe Illustrator - - Fribly
How to Create a Character Kit in Adobe Illustrator Tutorials Character Flat Graphic Design Illustration Illustrator Tutorial
Writing Worksheet: Character Naming (PDF) Character names can be surprisingly useful for characterisation, worldbuilding, and even plotting – if you’re enrolled in How to Be the Heroine of Your Own Story, be sure to read the textbook chapter titled, ‘How to Discover Your (Character’s) True Name’. If you need to set some naming conventions for…
Write a Scene (Writing Worksheet Wednesday)
Creative Writing Worksheet – Scene Writing (PDF) Here is a worksheet I needed to write for myself this week! Often when you create an outline, you know what needs to happen when, but not necessarily how the action should unfold, or in what way you should relate it. This worksheet will help you brainstorm some…