TED Talks on Creativity and Writing: 7 of my Favorites — The Writing Kylie
I watch TED Talks all the time (sometimes to re-watch those I’ve seen before) mostly because I want an inspiration-boost. TED Talks are empowering as well, so much that I return to my own creativity and writing with more energy. Inspiration is something I think all of us creatives need from time to time. That’s why I’ve gathered together 7 of my favorite TED Talks on creativity and writing.
Start A Fire
Sweet & Spicy Bacon Wrapped Chicken Tenders - one of the best things we ate last week. Only 4 simple ingredients - chicken, bacon, brown sugar and chili powder. They only take about 5 minutes to make and are ready to eat in under 30 minutes. Sweet and salty in one bite!
Introverts: You Can Do Book Marketing! | Fiction Notes
Book marketing for introverts: introvert faces wall rather than market. | DarcyPattison.com #FictionNotes
4 Ways to Make Your Antihero Deliciously Irresistible - Helping Writers Become Authors
Antiheroes . . . those conflicted souls who pawned their moral compass to buy their next bottle of vodka. There’s nothing heroic about them and for the most part they only care about themselves. So why do we love them so much? Antiheroes are far from perfect, a trait which makes them very real and very human. We […]
Automatic Writing: Purpose & Myths Dispelled
Automatic Writing, its myths, truths and purpose | rainateachings #automaticwriting #channeling #spiritualdevelopment
A Writer’s Guide on Point of View (POV)
A writers guide on point of view, which is most effective for your book, and why each POV matters. Good reference for fiction writers!
How to Create a Writing Portfolio | Barely Bookish
I've seen a lot of freelancers looking around for tips on writing portfolios. Therefore, I took all the things I did with absolutely no experience and put it in a blog post for everyone to enjoy.
Novel writing seminar — part one
This approach to starting a novel makes so much sense! It explains what readers want in a really simple way.
4 Common Failures in Story Cause/Effect | Storm Writing School
Causality governs story events. You want your story to feel authentic, believable, and seamless. You don't want any of the events or reactions within the story to draw attention to themselves. They must be earned. This article examines common failures to earn story developments.
10 Things Writers Don't Know About The Woods - Dan Koboldt
10 things writers don't know about the woods "Obviously, none of these problems (stealth, visibility, and getting lost) apply to elvenkind. Or the Dúnedain."
How to Make Writing a Priority in Your Life ~ Get Writing Done
How to Make Writing a Priority in Your Life www.thewritingpal.com
How to Evaluate Writing Feedback: 5 Writing Tips | A Well Told Story
Getting feedback is important for your writing, but that doesn't mean you should listen to all the advice you get. Here are 5 tips to evaluate feedback. #writing #writingtips #novelwriting #writinglife #writingfeedback #awelltoldstory