Weekly Writing Roundup

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Weekly Writing Roundup – October 20

In this week’s roundup, we present a couple of lengthy but fascinating pieces for you to dig into! Prepare to crack out the best first draft you can this NaNoWriMo with: •    Robert Wood at Standout Books, asking the rather controversial question: Is There Such a Thing as a Good MacGuffin? •    Glen C. Strathy [...]

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Weekly Writing Roundup – October 13

In this week’s roundup we’re sticking to the path of NaNoWriMo preparation, plus adding a little extra something to suit everyone – so click on through to enjoy: Jessica Strawser at Writer’s Digest, who offers up an impressive list of 30 Tips for Writing a Book in 30 Days. (Number 7 alone is such a [...]

By | October 13th, 2017|Weekly Writing Roundup|0 Comments

Weekly Writing Roundup – October 06

Since October is the month when many will be knuckling down to plan their stories for the upcoming NaNoWriMo challenge, we’re shortening the number of roundup entries to help preserve your time – but we aren’t compromising on quality! This week: The folks at Payhip get straight to the point with A Complete, No-Nonsense Guide [...]

By | October 6th, 2017|Weekly Writing Roundup|0 Comments

Weekly Writing Roundup – September 29

This week's roundup is all about fantasy, as our top picks bring you: David J. Peterson at Unbound Worlds, and his amazingly in-depth guide to Creating a Fantasy Language. Weapons expert Benjamin Sobiek’s 6 Tips for Writing Fantasy Weapons. Hannah Collins, who isn’t horsing around with her guide to Everything a Fantay Author Needs to [...]

By | September 29th, 2017|Weekly Writing Roundup|0 Comments

Weekly Writing Roundup – September 22

Best-selling author and writing coach C.S. Lakin makes her mark on this week's AutoCrit Writing Roundup, where the top picks include: Alex J Coyne at Re:Fiction, taking a quick but thoughtful dip into dark waters with Writing Fear that Will Give You the Shivers. The aforementioned C.S. Lakin, as she visits Seekerville to propose a [...]

By | September 22nd, 2017|Weekly Writing Roundup|1 Comment

Weekly Writing Roundup – September 15

A smorgasbord of superb writing insights awaits you in this week's roundup, including: Fred Johnson, revealing why modern gaming is far more than child’s play in What Video Games Can Teach You About Storytelling. The Writer’s Ally, with The Secret to Impressing Big Agents and Publishers. Standout Books, offering a impressively smart method for building [...]

By | September 15th, 2017|Weekly Writing Roundup|0 Comments

Weekly Writing Roundup – September 08

In this week’s AutoCrit Weekly Writing Roundup: Bess Cozby at DIYMFA has some great advice with her Five Tips for Making the Most of a Writing Retreat. Worth a read even if you haven’t had the pleasure of going on one yet! Author Jim Hardison visits Writer’s Digest to offer us 7 Serious Tips for [...]

By | September 8th, 2017|Weekly Writing Roundup|0 Comments

Weekly Writing Roundup – September 01

This time in the AutoCrit Weekly Writing Roundup: Daily Writing Tips challenges you to engage your creativity and find different ways to get your message across with a helpful list of 50 Redundant Phrases to Avoid. Janice Hardy gets candid about her evolution as a writer, and urges you to do the same, in How [...]

By | September 1st, 2017|Weekly Writing Roundup|0 Comments

Weekly Writing Roundup – August 25

A few of our favorite sources are back in the roundup this week, with: Standout Books, as they help sustain your longevity of ideas with their piece on How to Write a Book Series That People Finish Reading. Janice Hardy’s musings on the weight of choice and consequence in your novel, with Decisions, Decisions: Character [...]

By | August 25th, 2017|Weekly Writing Roundup|2 Comments

Weekly Writing Roundup – August 18

In today's Weekly Writing Roundup: Julie Petersen at Every Writer has a few key tactics to increasing your devoted readership with 8 Ways to Earn Your Audience as a Writer. Romance University’s Angela Ackerman digs into what it takes to create an authentic love story as she explores The Importance of Vulnerability in Relationships. One [...]

By | August 18th, 2017|Weekly Writing Roundup|0 Comments