Writers’ Tricks

Hello again, all! (Two posts in one day— I know, right?) I was just adding to one of my work-in-progress stories on Google Docs, when I thought I’d share a few of my own little author’s tricks with you.

1. If you don’t know what to name a chapter or your whole book, skip it until you really know what it’s about.

2. Writer’s block? Take a moment away from your screen to clear your head, or read back through your book to see what would make the most sense next.

3. Having trouble finding the right words? Use dictionary.com or thesaurus.com (or the app) for convenience.

That’s all for now! I may edit this post to my liking with more tips and tricks, and if you have an idea or need help with something, comment below so I can put it on here!

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2 thoughts on “Writers’ Tricks

  1. I LOVE thesasaurus.com! It is SO helpful.

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    1. I feel you! I use it so much, people practically call me a Walking Thesaurus.

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