Tag: Craft

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 10, 2020 /

Welcome back, everyone! We’re kicking off week 2 of our blog series Writing Craft: Reading to Write. Today’s topic is all about finding your purpose with each new writing project. Just a quick reminder that if you didn’t read last week’s post, “Writing Craft: Reading to Write — What is Writing Craft?” then go ahead and read that 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.  What is a writer’s purpose? Simply, a writer’s purpose is why they’re writing. Are…

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…