Isaac Asimov, Game of Thrones: How to Write Sociological Stories
/r/writingBrilliant video essay on approaching writing mental health in fiction
/r/writingThe Toolbox Fallacy or; "A Writer Writes"
/r/writing15 years of writing. finished manuscripts. The top two rows are my YA space opera saga “Beyond Tomorrow”. The bottom three are a vampire book, a social commentary book, & book 1 of a new series about a girl who races jetpacks. I query to agents but never get answers. Keep writing anyway. Stay at it.
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/r/writingMarvel Writers Explain How They Wrote MCU Blockbusters
/r/writingA chart for your emotions. My therapist sent me this, it's pretty cool :) (post from r/coolguides, but thought it would be useful for writers)
/r/writingHow would you remove the exposition from this interaction?
/r/writingKurt Vonnegut’s Shapes of Stories
/r/writingHioriko Araki's Character sheet ,filling all of it for every character you write is overkill but useing it for the main characters can be useful
/r/writingHave you ever said “This book feels to short” or “this book feels too long?”? Here’s a quick guide to help you out!
/r/writingPixar's 22 rules for storytelling
/r/writingWhat is a metaphor as mentioned by Ray Bradbury at 2:10 in the video?
/r/writingHelp naming dog characters for childrens book.
/r/writing“Kill the Cliché” - I find this to be helpful writing advice but I don’t entirely agree with inventing everything from scratch. We should allow ourselves to be inspired by our favorite authors and their words. What do you guys think of this sentiment when it comes to writing something fresh?
/r/writingGot me some books today to help brush up on my writing. I only got one from a long list of books I wanted but still a win.
/r/writingVery unpopular song with beautiful lyrics
/r/writingThe latest Publishing Paths chart by Jane Friedman
/r/writingMy story is finally being seen!
/r/writingFound this on Instagram. If you shoehorn something entirely unbelievable into the story, it becomes less enjoyable and more work to read
/r/writingWhat are these Called?
/r/writingThe template that I use to plan all the scenes in my book
/r/writingAn educational video from Vanity Fair about screenwriting a scene in 5 mins and handling re-writes.
/r/writingCow Tools, or "You don't have to explain everything."
/r/writingWhy Flat Characters & Forrest Gump are great
/r/writingWriting tips: Romantic Subplots
/r/writingHank Green - 8 Things I Wish I Knew When I was Writing my First Novel
/r/writingHow to Accept Criticism on Your Writing - Writing Tips