Writing Tips and Lessons, part 1 of 3

The following three posts share some information I have gleaned over the past few years and “misplaced” in my files. I want to share these with you over the next three days.

(These were all from different authors and are not original with me.)

The 38 Most Common Fiction Writing Mistakes.

Cover of "The 38 Most Common Fiction Writ...

I borrowed a great book out by Jack M Bickham called; The 38 Most Common Fiction Writing Mistakes ( And How To Avoid Them). He is the Author of seventy-five published novels and numerous publications on the craft of fiction writing.

Take a peek with me inside the cover and look at the table of contents.

  • Don’t Make Excuses … when you can avoid procrastination and delays with these ideas to get your project started.
  • Don’t Consider yourself Too Smart … when you can bring your writing down to earth—where your readers are.
  • Don’t Show Off When You Write … when you can give your writing
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    power by putting complex ideas into simple language.

  • Don’t Expect Miracles … when you can achieve your writing goals through hard work patience and perseverance.
  • Don’t Warm Up Your Engines … when you can write a captivating story from the start.

This book is only 112 pages and very informative.

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Every Now and Then

Every now and then I just feel like a change. I can’t change my real environment, so I change my online appearance. So … I changed the look of this blog.

I always like to have more than one widget column, and I always want it to be professional looking. This is “Digg 3 Column”. Previously I was using “Notepaper”. The latter was more to the theme, but it didn’t do what I wanted.

So, here I am. Same old copy! Brand new look!

I hope you don’t mind!

“Write On!”
Wayne

 

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