Tag: writing tips

Writing Point of View

In a recent blog post, I discussed how I’d repurposed a short story written for a writer’s circle in the early-1990s. The tutor panned it at the time as “too vague”, but I still liked aspects of the writing. So I cut out the “vague” bits and changed the tense from past to present for more immediacy.

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Three Writing Tips

Wannabe writers and aspiring authors are always looking for writing tips. I’ve bought books, attended classes, read blogs, listened to podcasts, and printed pointers from the web. But as with the forest for the trees idiom, it can be hard to find useful tips among a wealth of well-meaning advice.

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There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you. ~ Maya Angelou

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