Today I am bringing you another Writing tip for the week. I am going to try to bring you one each week on this blog. For today I am using a new Book I just got in the mail not too long ago. As an indie author I am always looking for ways on how to improve in my writing and it also helps with editing skills as well.
For this week I am focusing on an amazing book by Amy Peters entitled, " The Writer's Devotional 365 Inspirational Exercises, Ideas, Tips & Motivations or Writing.
This is one amazing book as it states in the back on the book" Hone Your Writing Skills, Whether you're writing fiction, composing screenplays or poetry, or simply trying to keep a invaluable volume will get your creative juices flowing. These 365 inspiring recommendations, quotations by authors from the distant past as well the recent bestseller lists, exercises, and more intended to help you develop your own singular voice, gain confidence, and keep writing.
My name is Author Sylvia Stein and on this segment and on my
blog post I want to talk about Writing tips for Writers and Authors.Every week I will be bringing you an
important writing tip to help guide and develop on one’s writing.For example, for this week we will begin on
On the book by author Ron Rozelle entitled, Description & Setting:Techniques and exercises for crafting abelievable world of people, places and
For today we are focusing on the difference between showing
and telling p. 63 from Rozelle’s book,”
He uses a sample in which he writes, Consider this
A good time was had by all.
Then Ron Rozelle goes a step further and he then goes onto talk
about a passage from Toni Morrison’s novel Sula:
The following is an excerpt of Morrison’s novel: Old People were
dancing with little children.Young boys
with their sisters, and the church women who frowned on any bodily expression
of joy except (when the hand of God commanded it) ta…