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Sunday Wash-Up, 27th September

Welcome to my Sunday Wash-Up. This post is for all the writers who cannot catch the information being passed around on the net, due to work or other commitments.
It is quite simply a collection of interesting writing based web pages that fluttered past me recently. Most links have come from Twitter and if these little tweeting birds had elegant plumage, then whilst they perched on my desk, I quickly added their roosting details my list.

Making Time To Write

That is a total loss of fifty hours from my potential scribbling time… …Making time to write became last week’s utmost priority. Just how can I squeeze it in, when life is conspiring to squeeze it out?
In order to achieve this worthy aim I have turned to podcasts as my main means of transforming ten dismal hours of driving into more productive writing time.

Sunday Wash-Up, 20th September

Welcome to my Sunday Wash-Up. This post is for all the writers who cannot catch the information being passed around on the net, due to work or other commitments.
It is quite simply a collection of interesting writing based web pages that fluttered past me recently. Most links have come from Twitter and if these little tweeting birds had elegant plumage, then whilst they perched on my desk, I quickly added their roosting details my list.

Measuring the Pace in Writing

…she was quite taken with one analytical tool for measuring the pace in writing that was new to her. It is a way of looking at the pace of sub-sections and beats, then assigning a value. After measuring the pace, you can stand back and see beyond the words and easily identify if your pacing is other than what you intended.

Sunday Wash-Up 13th September

This post is for all the writers who cannot catch the information being passed around on the net, due to work or other commitments.

Alliteration; Proven, Powerful Possibilities

I was inadvertently using this powerful technique. Now I hasten to point out, this doesn’t make me a literary high performer. What it means is that I am a sponge to the alliteration used extensively around me. That I am the same as your reader, my mind is pre-programmed to enjoy all forms of alliteration and attract me to the text.

Sunday Wash-Up 6th September

This post is for all the writers who cannot catch the information being passed around on the net, due to work or other commitments.

List of Writing Critique Groups

Recently I did a post on getting more from writing critique groups. In that post I said that not everyone gets on with every group and that you should keep looking until you find one that works.
So to help with this quest, I have compiled a list of writing critique groups that might be helpful in a search.