What to Expect from Writing Gooder

By now we’ve given you a small dose of what’s in store for the resurrection of Writing Gooder, but what else can you expect in the weeks, months or even years to come?

There’s something for everyone, from writing prompts for those who could use the inspiration, to weekly news on the publishing industry. Whether you’re following us to find out what’s going on over at The Young Writers Society, or you’ve got a penchant for bad cover art, I’m sure you will soon be hooked!

Each columnist has their own speciality, with some covering multiple areas and others zoning in on what interests them most, but this isn’t all about us. What would you like to see covered in this blog?

Leave your ideas and suggestions as a comment below and we’ll take them on-board, even if they dip into the realms of eccentricity. Don’t worry, you’ll not be alone in that corner!


Heather, who goes by Rydia on YWS, has long been an aspiring author. In the early days of her life she attached herself to poetry and would curl up on the playground bench to scrawl down lines of forgotten virtue. Or, more likely, little virtue at all. At the very old age of 11, she joined The Young Writers Club and progressed into the realms of roleplay. Here she constructed characters to fight off dragons or rally to their allies' aid with healing spells; a joint love of gaming heavily influenced this fondness of adventure storybooks. A few more years went by before Heather became a serious novelist and she still considers poetry to be her favourite media for getting those thoughts down on paper. Outside of writing her loves include puzzle books, strategy/ fantasy games, movies, swimming, skiing (when she actually has money), crafty things, baking, food in general, fun pranks and anything involving snow.

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2 Responses

  1. ShadowVyper says:

    Eccentric? I can do that. >8)

    I think it’d be neat to have articles on random topics.

    I mean…I’m not sure how to phrase this. I enjoy reading articles on a broad range of topics– they don’t need to be long, or in depth, just enough to spark my interest.

    I’ve found that articles like that tend to spur me on to read more, and, often, make me start devising a way to work it into my story. If nothing else, it chocks me full of random facts– which sometimes help me review, and sometimes are just useful in serious discussions.

    Anyway, there’s my two cents.


  2. Heather says:

    Thanks Shady! I’ll be sure to pass on your feedback and ideas to the rest of the Writing Gooder team and we’ll see if we can get inject some randomosity!

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