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Mention improv to a writer and chances are he’ll turn whiter than a whipped cream hat on a snowman. Most people who put pen to paper think of improv as something that can be carried off only by fearlessly funny comedians. Yet the definition of improvise is to “invent,...read more
From DailyWritingTips: Which method of editing is the most effective one? Which content formats should be employed, and how many iterations are necessary? Ultimately, what works for the publisher is the best approach, but consider that what is most expedient is often...read more
From NaNoWriMo: You wrote a novel! Now what? NaNoWriMo’s “Now What?” Months are here—this January and February, we’ll be helping you guide your novel through the revision and publishing process. Today, literary agent and editor Elizabeth Kracht shares her...read more
Here at Sulis, we believe everyone has a book to write. That is, you have something to share with the world that could help some other people, entertain them, or teach them something new. But if you aren't a writer, the task can seem daunting. It's one of the reasons...read more
I've been reading a lot about "freewriting" lately. I must admit, at first it seemed a bit too touchy-feely. But as I read more about how to do it, and the purpose, I came intrigued. Soon, I was finding myself practicing it. It is easy, freeing, and makes me a better...read more
Here is an article from The Write Practice. While you don't want to write like another author, you may want to adopt some of their techniques! This article covers some of King's thoughts and techniques such as: Discovering as You Write Characters Over Plot Start...read more