How To Write a Bio — With Examples | Grammarly

Taking a few minutes to think about what you’re about isn’t just a great writing exercise, it’s a clarifying moment of personal development. — Read on http://www.grammarly.com/blog/how-to-write-bio/ Ahem, perhaps I need to spend some time with my bio. Hoping this is helpful. Thanks, Grammarly.

Checklists and Tip Sheets | One Stop For Writers

Our checklists and tip sheets can help broaden your understanding of how to create tension and conflict, deepen characterization, master the pace, and plot compelling novels. — Read on onestopforwriters.com/image_tips Thank you, thank you. What more can be said to One Stop Writers for such pearls. May we all benefit. Glennis

How to Use Subtext in Your Writing – The Write Practice

Plot is a twisting bridge over a chasm, says Baxter, a chasm that, in my mind, contains the hauntings, the past, the subterranean, the things people either cannot or will not say, things that we are only partially aware of. — Read on thewritepractice.com/how-to-use-subtext-in-your-writing/

Brainstorming the Wound in Your Character’s Backstory – Helping Writers Become Authors

https://www.helpingwritersbecomeauthors.com/brainstorming-wound/amp/ Hi friends. Found this little gem tonight while doing a little twittering. It’s right up my alley this type of blog. Or should I be writing- this type of blog is right up my alley. The grammar police know what’s best. Here is a snippet from the blog to wet your appetite if youContinue reading “Brainstorming the Wound in Your Character’s Backstory – Helping Writers Become Authors”