Archive for July, 2010

Writing tweeps I follow

July 30th, 2010 No comments

Twitter, as we should all know by now, is an excellent resource for links, tools, insight and marketing for writers. Since I started getmewriting I have been relatively active on Twitter, and I have gathered a list of respectable writers and people who talk/write/think about writing. It just wouldn’t be fair if I didn’t share that list, so here are ten good ones. Take a look at their Twitter page and their stream, and follow these guys and gals! Read more…

Being A Writer

July 24th, 2010 No comments

I sometimes find it really difficult to classify myself as a writer.  A lot of the time I guess this because I spend more of my time not writing than I do writing, but that’s got a lot more to do with my laziness and motivation issues than anything else. Read more…

Serialised Fiction – Epilogue

July 15th, 2010 No comments

Yeesh, don’t I ever give it a rest?

It seems not.

Well, in the style of all epilogues, I am going to revisit elements of my previous posts.  Primarily, editing.  Yeah, like I haven’t done that before.  Read more…

10 apps to increase your focus

July 9th, 2010 No comments

Here is the promised list of productivity applications that aim to get you focussed during a writing session. It took a little longer than expected because I wanted to represent Windows users as well as I could (productivity tools seem to be a much healthier sub-culture on Macs for some reason). So behold a great list below of tools to focus for both Mac and Windows writers! Read more…

Habitual writing

July 1st, 2010 No comments

Habits, surely, are some of the most effective tools on a writer’s belt. I’ve written before about getting into a writing routine; of establishing times where you do nothing but write. Habits around objects may be just as important. Read more…