Writing Ways

Garnered from across the web and social media and re-blogged here. Thoughts and tips for writing and publishing which I’ve found interesting or helpful. Maybe you will too.  And once in a while I’ll throw in my two-penn’orth!

How readable is your story? by Chris Hall

Are email notifications from wordpress clogging up your inbox? by Sadje

Writing for Children by Kieren Fanning

Great Ways for Writers to Get More out of Google by Kathy Steinmann

For the Punctuation Pedant by Chris Hall

Working with the Industry: Editor Interview by Tammy Trail

Your writing needs this pacing by Richard Risemberg

When only the right word will do by Chris Hall

The importance of editing by Doug Lewars

Grammar Rules – Okay? by Chris Hall

Blogging: Using Categories and Tags by Christine Goodnough

How to protect against plagiarism if you post fiction on line by Sarah Pesce

How writers can relax by S.E. White

Pingbacksby the Haunted Wordsmith

Hashtags to help authors navigate twitter by Nicole Melonson

The best reference for authors by Chris Hall

Creative ways to promote your book part one by Nicole Melonson

Is Twitter a good tool for writers by Jennifer Hallmark

Editing Tip: Common consistency errors you might be making by Emily Nemchick

Here’s why pitching isn’t as scary as you think by Meg Dowell

7 Ways to Boost Your Book Sales by Annemarie McQueen

9 Tips on Building a Successful Blog by Millie Schmidt

Stephen King’s 10 Best Tips for becoming a Phenomenal Writer by Cristian Milhai

The best writing tips I wish I had known from the beginning by Samantha the Reader

My top 6 writing pet peeves by Amy Karian

How to write an ending that fits your story by Andrea Lundgren

Back to Basics: 5 things editors expect you to fix before you submit by Meg Dowell

From the frying pan into the fire by Theresa Jacobs

What really sells a book? by Cristian Milhai

Thoughts on publishing today and in the 90s by Ken Harrison