Tagged: novels

Novels and Nonsense #4 – Show Me Your Novels! 5

Novels and Nonsense #4 – Show Me Your Novels!

After a two week break in portugal, I’m back to post on Writing Gooder! Now this Novels and Nonsense post is a little different to my previous ones, partly because I want to try...

Novels and Nonsense #3 – Opening Chapters 0

Novels and Nonsense #3 – Opening Chapters

Anyone who’s ever received a first chapter review from me will have probably been a victim of my ‘opening chapters are vitally important’ preach. As annoying as my preaching may be though, it is...

Novels and Nonsense #2 – Planning Your Novel 0

Novels and Nonsense #2 – Planning Your Novel

So you’ve got a fantastically kick-ass novel idea, and you just can’t wait to spew words all over the place in a flurry of awesomeness. To accompany that idea, you may or may not...

The Editing Cycle #11 – Bake a Cake 0

The Editing Cycle #11 – Bake a Cake

  Bake a Cake Some of you might think it was very naughty of me not to write anything for last week’s session, but was it? Or was I preparing for a lesson that...

The Editing Cycle #9 – Strengths and Weaknesses 6

The Editing Cycle #9 – Strengths and Weaknesses

A master swordsman does not choose to fight with a bow, unless he is a fool. Strengths and Weaknesses This week I want to know all of your strengths and weaknesses and you’re going...

The Editing Cycle #4 – The Domino Effect 2

The Editing Cycle #4 – The Domino Effect

    Don’t be caught unaware by the domino effect! Editing can sometimes be a painful experience and one of the reasons for this is the domino effect. If you’re keeping up, then you...