Tag: writing tip

Behind “The Process”: 2 Notebooks & 15 Minutes of Creativity

Writing feels like a big undertaking, but it doesn’t have to. If you can commit to 15 minutes a day, using a little 2 notebook hack to get started, you’ll be well on your creative way.

Behind “The Process”: 1 Quick Show-Don’t-Tell Cheatcode

Show don't tell is the most common writing advice. Dialogue can be a means to that end.

Almost every writer has heard the saying “show, don’t tell.” That can be easier said than done. Here’s how dialogue can help.

Behind “The Process”: Sentence Design 101 (The Art of REARRANGEMENT)

Words not coming out right on the page? Don’t toss it out! You might only need to tweak a sentence or two. Here’s how I rework a sentence that doesn’t flow right…

Behind “The Process”: Gonna Schedule Like a…(What Rhymes with Schedule?)

Welcome to Behind “The Process”, a series of blog posts for new and experienced writers. By “The Process”, I mean the writing process. This blog is partly devoted to sharing tips and tools for writers. It’s also advice from someone who insists on learning… Continue Reading “Behind “The Process”: Gonna Schedule Like a…(What Rhymes with Schedule?)”

Behind “The Process”: Dealing with Interruptions

Writing is a lot of fun. But, for many, it requires a little warming up, though that’s not what this post is about. (I’ve previously written about that, if you’re interested.) The most frustrating thing that can happen while writing, for me, anyway, is… Continue Reading “Behind “The Process”: Dealing with Interruptions”