Show Notes for Episode 66: What are Common Traps for Aspiring Writers?
How to Write Fiction: The pitfalls for beginning authors… There are a lot, but Holly has seven that she wanted to cover
How do you learn from writers you love without stopping yourself from putting words on the page? How important is the perfect first linewhen writing first draft? How does revision come into play? Talent VS skill? How is research a pitfall? Why being SAFE is a trap? How is “process” not always “process”?
There are a lot of traps to fall into when it comes to the world of writing fiction and even more advice in this episode on how to avoid a handful of them.
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- Perfectionism Part One: In First Draft
- Perfectionism Part Two: Revision
- Writer’s Group Rules Article
- FREE Revision How To Article
- 7-Day Crash Revision Workshop (affiliate link, supports the podcast!)
- How To Revise Your Novel (affiliate link, supports the podcast!)
- Create A Plot Clinic (affiliate link, supports the podcast!)
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- Credits: Producer – Rebecca Galardo. Sponsor – Holly’sWritingClasses.com. Intro written by Holly Lisle and performed by Mark Hermann. Our podcast is 100% free and sponsored only by Holly’s Writing Classes. Gorgeous Dragon Image by Lothar Dieterich from Pixabay