I am sharing this here because I want to be able to find it again myself. It is a great chart of facinating flaws for story people.
Tag Archives: hints
Is Anxiety Holding You Back?
I know performance anxiety is a problem for me. Maybe it is for you too.
Click on the link below for some things to try.
How to Overcome the Anxiety That’s Keeping You From Achieving Your Goals.
A Resource Blog About Scrivener
Here’s a very useful blog for everyone who uses Scrivener.
Everything Scrivener | news about the world’s best tool for writers.
Margot Atwell: How to Bust Up Your Writer’s Block (Part 1)
If writer’s block is a problem, here are some suggestions to get your work flowing again.
Effective Ways to End Your Book or Story
So, the ending of your book isn’t working and you don’t know what to do. This post from veteran author Rob Sanders might be just what you need.
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All About Early Readers and Chapter Books
Curious about the early reader and chapter book market? Click on the link below for the nuts and bolts.
Twenty Rules to Improve Your Writing
From Julie Hedlun’s great blog, here are Jane Yolen’s 20 rules of Writing.
Don’t miss these easy ways to improve your work.
Writing Advice: Take What Fits You and Leave the Rest
On this blog, I offer links to all sorts of writing advice. Here is some solid information from Susan Adrian about how to use what is offered.
Avoid Predictable Rejections: Don’t Give Them an Easy Excuse
As you plan submissions for the new year, here are some things to check.
How to Time Your Queries to Agents
December is not a great time to submit manuscripts or queries.
I understand. You have time because you are on vacation.
Unfortunately for you, agents and editors are on vacation, too.
There is good news, however. The holidays are a terrific time to plan and schedule submissions.
We are lucky to have access to a wealth of information from agents themselves. Their blogs are all over the Net. Many of them are also on Twitter.
It’s like a writer’s conference in your office. Here’s an example.
Getting Past the Gatekeeper: The Middle Way: A new method of timing your queries.