Writing From Juneta’s Desk Goals
FROM JUNETA’S DESK
I have decided to start a new series of blogs called, From Juneta’s Desk. These posts are about my thoughts, my interests, my writing to lifestyle or philosophy. I hope you enjoy them.
Last week I posted about my favorite books on writing. This week I am putting up a list of articles I enjoyed reading. This list is also under top menu Writer’s Resources. I have added several new articles, since I first made it available on my site.
My writing motto as of 2015 is Write forwards, not backwards.
MY GOAL FOR 2015: Rediscover the fun in writing and keep it going. Write forward not backwards. Complete my first draft and create 15-20 short stories. Focus on projects one at a time to avoid distraction, except when in need of a break in order to come back with clearer eyes.
WRITING ARTICLES LIST
CHECK OUT THESE WRITERS AND WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT WRITING. SOME ARTICLES ARE ABOUT COPYWRITING, IF YOU ARE A FICTION WRITER SOME OF THESE PRINCIPLES CONTAIN WITHIN CAN BE USED TO HARNESS, PROMOTE AND IMPROVE YOUR OWN WRITING. Part of my reason for creating these list is so when I am ready to launch I can refer back to the articles for reminders, hints and some direction. I hope you enjoy them too.
I write for the ambitious scribe who splashes and thrashes to the point of choking in a tsunami of toner, trying to tame that big rogue breaker into smaller waves an actual readership might want to surf with you. Here are three tips on how not to stink at writing. READ MORE HERE 3 Tips On How Not To Stink At Writing by K.M. Weiland
Fiction writing smolders down to the basic concept of good versus evil. A good story will include a hero and a villain duking it out in a twisted plot designed to keep the reader on their toes. The really good stories—the ones we can’t put down—are home to unlikely and flawed heroes, i.e. the perfect hero. But how do we as writers and authors create the perfect hero? Is there a formula? Or do they just magically spring into existence on the page? READ MORE HERE Fiction Writing: Creating The Perfect Hero by Cori Davan
You have a natural ability to fascinate others that you may or may not be taking full advantage of. READ MORE HERE-> Sally Hogshead on How You Can Unlock Your Natural Ability to Fascinate from Copyblogger
Throughout your journey to overcome online obscurity, you produce a lot of content. READ MORE HERE-> 7 Steps That Will Hook Your Audience through the Magnetic Force of Fascination by Copyblogger
You need to be aware of your content and content strategy for effective marketing. READ MORE HERE 13 Simple Questions to Help You Draft a Winning Content Strategy [Free Worksheet] by Copyblogger here
You readers want you to know they exist. Find out what deep connection is and why it is important. READ MORE HERE-How to Create a Deep Connection with Your Prospects and Customers by Copyblogger
Read what this journalist has to say about SELF PUBLISHING->Self Publishing Making Your Bones
What it takes to be a writer from an author who has published over 30 books, Holly Lisle. This is her blog about her writing life-writing & publish, issues and teaching courses->Holly Lisle’s BLOG Pocket Full of Words about her writing
Holly Lisle’s FREE FLASH FICTION COURSE
BY K. M. WEILAND The Ultimate Guide To Writing Your Manifesto
K.M. WEILAND The Impact Character
POD CAST FOR & ABOUT WRITERS BY SIMON WHISTLER: Interview with Holly Lisle->ROCKING SELF PUBLISHING, PODCASTS, WRITERS RESOURCES, INFO
Find out why this author, after four years of chasing the traditional route of publishing chose to go indie.->Read It On My Blog Here
Susan Rich What’s more important Plot or Character?->PLOT OR CHARACTER
I believe in writing for the love of writing, but if you want to make money you have to consider the business aspects. If writing is your livelihood than it is your business. I thought this blogger made some interesting points. Steven Trustrum SELF PUBLISHING MARKET: WHAT YOU HAVE BEEN DOING WRONG
Cynthia Lindeman 101 Writing Sources That Will Take you From Stuck To Unstoppable
Cynthia Lindeman Let’s Get This Straight Right Now—Write For Joy
MORE ARTICLES FOR WRITERS