Tag: Blog Series

June 24, 2020 /

Welcome everyone to the 4th and final week of our blog series Writing Craft: Reading to Write! To wrap up our blog series, today we’re going to put together everything that we’ve learned so far and give writing craft a bit more perspective when it comes to brainstorming and revision. If you haven’t already, go ahead and read the previous 3 blogs on writing craft (an overview), finding your purpose, and developing your voice because each week of our series has been building to this.  Writing Craft as a Tool for Prep Work and Revision: I know over the past few…

June 17, 2020 /

Happy Wednesday, all! We’re going to jump right into the 3rd week of our blog series Writing Craft: Reading to Write. If you haven’t read the last two blogs in our series on writing craft as a whole and finding your purpose, then go ahead and read those before we begin because each post in the month of June is a part of our blog series, and each new post will build on the one before. This week we’re talking about a very important writing craft element: voice.  What is a writer’s voice? Like the other craft elements, a writer’s…

June 4, 2020 /

Quick Announcement: Welcome back, everyone! Before we get into today’s blog, I wanted to say “thank you” for your patience! It is my goal to publish a new post every Wednesday, but sometimes life gets in the way and I have to post a day late—like I’m having to do this week. So, thank you for your patience and willingness to be flexible. As always, thank you for being a part of the Wilde About Books community! Today we’re kicking off our first blog series, Writing Craft: Reading to Write. Our first week in our 4-week series is going to…

May 27, 2020 /

Happy Wednesday, y’all, and welcome back to a new blog. I wanted to finish out the month of May by introducing a new series I’ll be starting in June. And, I’m going to do that by first talking about the writing process. The first thing I want you to know is that every writer has a different writing process, and all are perfectly fine; There is no right way to go through your process. What works for me may not work for you, and what works for you may not work for the next writer. Your writing process is something…