The verb "to blob"and its associated noun "blobster" meaning a convinced user of Blobs in training and education work with adults and young people. The roots of both are the endlessly adaptable "Blob" people born of a collaboration between artist Ian Long and group worker and trainer Pip Wilson and now gathered into a collection of over 50 fresh illustrations designed to promote communication and emotional literacy. The book begins with the original "BlobTree" that has been doing the rounds of schools and counselling settings for many years and features a population of jelly baby-like figures climbing, hanging and falling from trunk and branches and demonstrating behaviour ranging from mutual support to out-and-out opposition or complete isolation.
Fiction means more than just making up a story. Your details and logic and technical and historical details must be right for your novel to be believable. The last thing you want is even a small mistake due to your lack of proper research. Your credibility as an author and an expert hinges on creating trust with your reader.
That dissolves in a hurry if you commit an error. My favorite research resources are: These alone list almost everything you need for accurate prose: For my novels, I often use these to come up with ethnically accurate character names.
Start calling yourself a writer. Want to download this step guide so you can read it whenever you wish? Talk back to yourself if you must. It may sound silly, but acknowledging yourself as a writer can give you the confidence to keep going and finish your book.
Are you a writer? The Writing Itself Every decision you make about your manuscript must be run through this filter. Not you-first, not book-first, not editor- agent- or publisher-first.
Certainly not your inner circle- or critics-first. Reader-first, last, and always. If every decision is based on the idea of reader-first, all those others benefit anyway. When fans tell me they were moved by one of my books, I think back to this adage and am grateful I maintained that posture during the writing.
Does a scene bore you? Where to go, what to say, what to write next? Decide based on the reader as your priority. Whatever will intrigue him, move him, keep him reading, those are your marching orders.
So, naturally, you need to know your reader. When in doubt, look in the mirror. The surest way to please your reader is to please yourself.
Write what you would want to read and trust there is a broad readership out there that agrees. Find your writing voice. Discovering your voice is nowhere near as complicated as some make it out to be.
You can find yours by answering these quick questions: What did you sound like when you did?Everything you need to know to write and publish a book. February 22, About; If you don’t have a title and subtitle, you don’t really know what you’re writing about.
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