Friday, January 11, 2013
Friday Round-Up - #226
The Renegade Writer shares her method for writing articles. Raisin bread plays an interesting part in the process. :)
Writers: How do you organize your thoughts before writing an article or scene? As a SOTP writer, I'm not big on outlines. However, I usually know the beginning and the end of a story/article.
Readers: Do you like articles with lots of sub-headings and sidebars? What makes an article grab and hold your interest? Lots of quotes, analogies, etc.?
Have a blessed weekend!
Posted by Susan J. Reinhardt at 12:30 AM
Labels: Christian Writer/Reader Connection, Susan J. Reinhardt, The Renegade Writer, Weekend Potpourri
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Thanks, Susan, good tips from Linda. Hope you are doing well.
Hi Susan .. I like articles with sub-headings etc ... I also like short paragraphs - they are easier to comprehend and take in ...
Analogies sometimes, and some quotes - but not too many ...
You too have a great weekend - cheers Hilary
I do enjoy the posts over at The Renegade Writer. Have to hop over and read this one, thanks. I don't outline when I write fiction other than loose ideas in my head. I may, however, do an informal list or outline for non fiction.
Happy weekend! :)
Hi Linda - I thought she did a good job.
Hi Hilary - Lots of white space helps keep the reader from feeling overwhelmed as well.
Hi Karen - Yes, we know about pantsing, don't we, partner?
The Renegade Writer has some good pointers for me. I need to think on these and get my engine going,
I haven't heard of that site. Will pop over and check it out. Happy Weekend to you too! :O)
Hi Quiet Spirit - Yes, I really like this site. Excellent tips.
Hi Diane - It's fairly new to me as well.
Sunday, January 13 - Thanks for stopping by, Susan. I wanted to congratulate you on the agent and contract! What wonderful news! Good work! The best to you. Susan
Hi Susan -
Thanks so much. I'm looking forward to this next phase of my writing journey.
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