Writers Notes - Writers BlockWriters Notes - Writers Block in Writing More Like This
Writers Block is one of the worst feelings a writer can experience. Even the best writers will suffer it at some point or another. Point in fact that I myself am suffering writers block in my novel at this moment.
Some writers use it as an excuse to give up and stop writing completely. This happens more when the writers block lasts for a considerable period. It does not just have to be over days, I have known it to be over weeks and even over two months before now.
Writers block can be for many reasons. Often it can be when you are struggling with a key part of your writing / plot and are not making any headway. If this continues and affects the flow of your writing you can find yourself feeling "stunted."
Other writers blocks can be because you have overstretched yourself. Maybe you have been taking too much on or pushing yourself too hard. This is often when the hobby and joy of writing
Writers' Notes - Some BasicsWriters' Notes - Some Basics in Writing More Like This
Here are just some basic thoughts for those who wish to be writers.
Novelists can and do break the rules in grammar, however this should not be done in a blasé manner. There is a difference between breaking rules for artistic value and being ignorant of those rules in the first place.
It's a common misconception that if you send in a badly written story that's really good plot/character wise that a publisher will accept it and have the Editor sort out the grammar / spelling. What is more likely, is it will be sent back to you, possibly not even fully read.
The reason for this is that publishers don't want to be doing all the work. You have to show you have a grasp of English and spelling/grammar is important (even if boring). We might all be a little less careful when writing our emails, letters, texts or even tutorials (I blame that on using ubuntu OS and its word processing software has predict
Writer Notes- Plot DevelopmentWriter Notes- Plot Development in Writing More Like This
Whether you are writing a novel or a short story it is best to have your MAIN PLOT before you get too much written down. The Main Plot is the singular thread that runs through the novel/story. You may have character ideas or scene ideas but eventually you need to think about a plot. Do this sooner rather than later.
The best way to do this is to list your main characters and then decide what are their individual main plots. Are they all on the same quest with the same ideas / goals or do some of them have their own goals?
To help show this, here's an example:
Eric To become knighted and serve his king
Vivian To destroy her former master before he can poison the kingdom
Luke To find his brother
Taldor The largest city
Maybe from this list you decide Vivian is the MAIN character and her story line is the driving force however each of the other three have story lines that need to be tol