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Kickstart Your #Writing Using #AI—Number 5: Analyze Your Story Telling Effectiveness

When you are pecking at your keyboard in the wee hours of the morning, you wonder if what you’re writing is any good. Even I, who have worked as a ghostwriter for nine and half years question if what I’m, churning out crafting will entertain readers. Many of us turn to Beta readers for feedback, […]

Kickstart Your #Writing Using #AI—Number 5: Analyze Your Story Telling Effectiveness

When you are pecking at your keyboard in the wee hours of the morning, you wonder if what you’re writing is any good. Even I, who have worked as a ghostwriter for nine and half years question if what I’m, churning out crafting will entertain readers. Many of us turn to Beta readers for feedback, […]

AI Secrets To Kick Start Your Writing: #2—Outline Your Chapter

What’s the biggest obstacle a writer faces? Even if you have outlined your book. Staring at the page for the start of that new chapter. Endlessly. All writers do this—even famous ones. Take, for instance, Sylvia Plath: Sylvia Plath (from The Unabridged Journals of Sylvia Plath) Monday, July 7 (1958): …But I have no idea how […]

5 Stellar Ways to Use #AI in Your #Writing—#1 Rough Outline Your Novel

Forget the controversy over whether to use AI in your prose. This issue will shake out as writers use AI more and develop best practices in writing fiction with AI. But you can do some things with AI that help you with the mundane writing tasks that help to speed up your work with nasty […]

The Craft of #Writing: #Pantsing versus #Outlining

The following is from my post on Quora responding to this question: Do writers and authors write out an outline of their novel first? How detailed is the outline? Whether to outline or “pants” (meaning to write by the seat of their pants) is individual to each writer. Some people, (like me,) “pre-write” their books […]

The Craft of #Writing: #Pantsing versus #Outlining

The following is from my post on Quora responding to this question: Do writers and authors write out an outline of their novel first? How detailed is the outline? Whether to outline or “pants” (meaning to write by the seat of their pants) is individual to each writer. Some people, (like me,) “pre-write” their books […]

Wordsmithery: ignite your #writing with best-selling-author metrics

Having worked as a ghostwriter for eight years, writing nearly every day, while working quickly, efficiently, and sparked the need for me to develop ninja wordsmithing skills. And for this I turned to machine editing tools. When I first started, I suffered some backlash from my writing friends. The common sentiment was this: Sorry, I […]

A Very Special FWO Weird #Christmas

(Beth Turnage Blog) From time to time at Fantasy Writer dot org we have submission challenges were we challenge each other to submit en massé to one publication to see how we fare. At Christmas, we participate in the Weird Christmas Flash Fiction Contest,where Craig, the owner of the site, chooses a few winners and… Continue reading A Very Special FWO Weird #Christmas