6 Useful Posts on Fiction and Writing
Well, it’s been a while since I last shared anyone else’s fiction related blogs, so here we have it: another exciting instalment of Useful Posts on Fiction and Writing, where I share some of the most useful, insightful or just downright enjoyable posts on fiction writing that I’ve found on WordPress in the last week.
As ever, there have been numerous posts I’ve read lately that I could include in this list. I read a wide variety of blogs on fiction and writing and could not even begin to list them all. This is just a selection of some that I have recently found particularly useful or enjoyable. So, without further ado and in no particular order:
My pen My Ally by Attentionseeker16 (a poetic little post about writing).
I GIVE UP by Julia Moellers (I could just relate to this, being a bit of a perfectionist myself).
Romance Writers are Today’s Casanovas by Layla Stone (A useful little post about what works and what doesn’t work when writing romance fiction, with a particular focus on characters).
Three Joys of Writing Evil Characters by Death (because baddies really are more fun to write).
Types of Christian YA Fiction by Christianyafiction (a breakdown of Christian YA Fiction sub-genres).
Becoming a Writer by Roger (a more cerebral ‘writing rules’ post than any I’ve come across, including my own ).
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