Researching your story and setting is essential.
This video provides you with a simple, structured framework for knowing when to research your story, and when NOT to. Watch the video to speed up your writing process and feel like a more expert, happy writer.
How long does it take to ride from Edinburgh to Newcastle?
Why facts are your friend
There is one kind of "research" that will make your first draft so much harder
What readers call "plausible" or "authentic" is often just a well-made paragraph
It's crazy. It's embarrassing. And it might help you write a lot faster.
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The low-stress first draft
A video training series for writers.
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In this series, I'm sharing my PhD research in writing and narrative theory, as well as my professional experience as a book editor and writing coach. I hope you find the "three scenes a week" idea useful!
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