Category Archives: Writer’s/Illustrator’s Toolbox
Navigating Nonfiction A monthly column by Anthony D. Fredericks Let’s assume you’re making preparations for a weekend party. Lots of your friends are coming over and you want to be sure you have some great food and their favorite beverages. So, you drive … Continue reading
Navigating Nonfiction A monthly column by Anthony D. Fredericks Question: What does a thesaurus eat for breakfast? Answer: A synonym roll. Let’s take a look at the following passage: Cheetahs can run very fast. They can run much faster than … Continue reading
In the coming weeks, Lindsay and Lori Ann will be sharing some of their favorite past blog posts. This post by Lindsay originally appeared on the blog in August 2015. What does late-night comedy writing have in common with writing for kids … Continue reading
I started writing seriously about ten years ago. And I use the word “seriously” to define the time I really attempted to begin a novel versus the twelve-year-old me who thought writing a book would be cool, but promptly gave … Continue reading
I was sitting at my desk, ready to write, when an unwelcome visitor, Doubt, barged in. The longer Doubt stays, the bigger and louder that visitor grows. So, I managed to push Doubt out the door by coming up with this list of Writer Club clues. A … Continue reading
Here are a few of the resources that I’ve found most helpful while writing my YA. Hope they prove equally helpful to you! Structuring Your Novel by K.M. Weiland This book is great for a first-time novelist! It clearly explains … Continue reading
Write To Done has announced the 10 best blogs for writers for 2015. How many have you visited? Check out the winners here!