or on the above word cloud for a 90-second run-through of The Hemingway App, an online pair of eyes [creepy, I know] that points out [without browbeating] a writing flaw or two. Click here
Here is an opening sentence I used on another blog…and Hemingway’s feedback. [That hack…I’ve heard he claims to have written
The Sun Also Rises and A Farewell to Arms.]
You just paste in your masterpiece and out comes the quick but helpful evaluation.
There is also a $20 desktop version.
Note: Thanks to
for reminding me about The Hemingway App and a few other helpful tools. websiteplanet.com
I never fail to learn new writing strategies when I visit
Copyblogger. Just as valuable is the writers’ acknowledgement that writing is hard…followed by helpful approaches to mindset mixed in with a few hacks to jump start our efforts.
The graphic is just the outline of
that’s well worth saving. Check it out. a post by Brian Clark
Hope it helps. It should…
[Writing Gurus] https://twitter.com/i/lists/120501776
Seven Methods to Inspire Your Next Book
from Writing Routines
Three of the methods:
Start with one character in one room. Create the world your story will inhabit. Make new stories from tired, old pieces.
As I’m sure most of you know, Quora offers a wealth of knowledge and personal experience [and bias] on a wide range of subjects.
So let’s dig for some writerly wisdom…much of it coming from folks like you and me…
I hope you find something helpful and/or affirming.
When I get bogged down in a story, I often resort to talking with my characters.
features that very strategy, among plenty of other resources. Books By Women
. Click further to find additional interviews…of both characters AND the writers. Here is a link to the first page of authors interviewing their characters