Wednesday is for Writers: Nicole Collet on using clichés in writing

I have always loved to read and write, and people said I wrote very well. For me, writing well meant knowing all the right expressions and word combinations: this usually goes with that, and so and so and so. Armed to the teeth, with bated breath, close but no cigar, dressed to kill, fall on […]

Wednesday is for Writers: Christian Lee on keeping your momentum

Remember the first time you were able to drive on your own without your nagging parent telling you to turn with a half-second to spare? That was super exciting, right? Do you honestly get that excited about the prospect of driving to work now? Probably not. I think that the same thing can happen with […]

3 Ways NaNoWriMo Can Boost Your Writing Career

National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) provides great motivation for writers to crank out a novel. But did you know it also provides a supportive community? Other NaNoWriMo participants—and enthusiastic writing cheerleaders—have heaps of advice to share about your writing. Don’t overlook this resource’s value, even after the writing is done. In the SOOP model, we […]

Writers on Wednesday: Rohini Singh: Finding a Publisher from a Small Island

Finishing my manuscript was a great accomplishment for me. Next, all I needed to do was find a publisher. I was sure that someone out there would like my work, but this proved to be much more difficult than I thought! I began diligently searching the Internet for publishers in the United Kingdom and United […]

Writers on Wednesday: Rohini Singh: Miss Felix’s Creative Writing Class

I entered Form 5 at the age of fifteen. My English teacher Miss Felix was tough. Sixteen out of twenty-five was a top mark in essay writing. I generally got thirteen out of twenty-five and never really fussed about it because this area held no special interest to me even though Miss Felix often complimented me about my style […]

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