Writers Need to Whine Sometimes


Here’s another creative writing prompt for your 750 words, a challenge to write 750 words each day to better Think Like a Writer. Read more here.

USUALLY, no Whining Allowed. But Today is a Legal Whining Day! Have at it!

Do you need to get your gripes out? 750Words.com bills itself as “Private, unfiltered, spontaneous, daily.”

One way that I use the 750 Words to think like a writer is to get rid of all the negative un-writerly thoughts.

Yes, I gripe.
I complain.
I #@$#($*#(*(.

Yes, indeed, it is cathartic to do this in a bold, unfiltered way.
Today, write 750 words and just get it off your chest.

With that out of the way, you can Think Like a Writer the rest of the day.

Just don’t get in the habit of doing this every day–that would be a wasteful way to spend your 750 words. But sometimes. . .

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Start Your Novel by Darcy Pattison
You want to write a novel, but you don’t know where to start. You have a great idea and–well, that’s all. This book explains the writing process of starting a novel in six winning steps.

Starting the Journey
Why Editors Focus on Page 1
STEP ONE: Clarify Your Idea
STEP TWO: Review Your Skills
STEP THREE: Plan the Opening Chapter
STEP FOUR: Plan the Opening Line
STEP FIVE: Now, Write!
STEP SIX: Revise

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