I’ve had to write copy and blog posts on everything from the Rana Plaza collapse, to healthy eating, to bathing machines. I didn’t know anything about any of these things before I got started. But there was a job to be done. Having to write about something you know nothing about—whether it’s for yourself or… / READ MORE /
Ingredients are important when writing, but it’s also important to have great resources. Below are some of my favourites. Dictionary Every writer needs a dictionary. I like to use the built-in one on my laptop, but there’s always the old-fashioned kind, or an online one. Urban Dictionary If you think you’ve invented a new word,… / READ MORE /
Ok, so you’ve got writer's block. Now what? You’ve got a deadline to meet and you can’t have writer's block right now. Or maybe you just don't want to have writer's block, but don't know how to get out of it. What do you do? / READ MORE /
In this series of articles, I'm going to be sharing the ingredients you need to include in each form of writing to make it work. It's not as simple as a one size fits all. The criteria for poetry is completely different to that of fiction, and fiction is entirely different from copy.In this post, I'm going to be looking into what novels and short stories need to have to make them work. Some areas may be more likely to apply to short stories than novels, and vice versa. / READ MORE /
Everything in life requires different ingredients to be successful. Writing is no different. Here at The Writer’s Cookbook, I’ll be sharing tips, tricks and thoughts on all aspects of writing from copy to poetry. / READ MORE /
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