General writing questions fiction and non-fiction, having to do with creating characters, plotting, outlines, description, organization, how to start, how to keep going, how to finish, ePublishing, creating a website to display your work, etc.
35 years' writing, studying writing, teaching and mentoring beginning writers.
BA degree in English/Creative Writing, 1982
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Hello Kevin: Of course it is ok to watch TV shows instead of reading books. There is a big difference between the two formats. People who write successful mystery books try to keep some grasp on reality:
Hi Joyce, I'm not a lawyer, so I can't tell you if you would get in trouble. I have read books that named products, but not very many. Call it by a generic name: "artificial sweetener," "auction site
Hello Joyce: I do remember you! I always advise my students to make an outline before beginning to write. This allows you to walk down a straight path rather than wandering around in confusion. An outline
Hello Kevin: Although an author does not need to know math to write well (unless, of course, they are writing about math), it is beneficial to know reasoning, and math can help with that. Algabraic