Category: On writing

Crafting a masterpiece

How personality influences can mould a story into our masterpiece. Knowledge and emotions can make temporary changes to our nature to achieve the skills to  create a well-crafted book, The...
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How Writers can Create Takeaways for Their Books

A mobile of our subconscious Part of The On Writing Anthology Stage 3: Find something you love almost as much as writing and write about it. Creating takeaways Takeaways come...
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How To Self-market Our Awesome Books From A Ideas Pundit

Writers should not let the power of marketing seduce us from including, revealing, clarifying and connecting. Marketing should fit in with our writing skills, not the other way around. if...

Plan To Publish And Get Our Books Out There

Open doors Writers should plan to publish so we don’t leave the power of story to people such as Donald Trump, who want to dismiss, distort, distract, and divide. Our...

Is saying “that’s a cliché” clichéd? How to avoid being clichéd.

In writing, a clichéd expression is a well-used phrase or opinion that betrays a lack of original thought. How can writing be amusing and punchy and avoid being clichéd? Clichés...

Embracing Aboriginal culture without becoming a scumbag.

I am part of the dominant, white, male culture of Western Australia and I want to embrace Aboriginal culture and identity. My aim is to write to reduce the great...