Blog Archive

Here you’ll find an alphabetical archive of my previous blog posts, articles and guides. This page will be updated with my latest writing tools, writing tips, and writing guides as often as possible. However, at the moment it may look a little empty. Worry not, there are plenty of resources for you to explore.

To find these guides, albeit in a little less navigable way, just click here to head over to my blog, The Writers’ Toolshed.

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4 Easy Ways To Begin Writing A Novel

A

The Complete Guide to Fantasy Worldbuilding

Archery and Fantasy: A Guide

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

How To Edit A Novel

How Do You Plot A Story?

I

J

K

L

M

N

Naming Fantasy Characters

O

P

Q

R

S

T

U

V

W

What is Characterization? 

What is Passive Voice?

Y

X

Z

It’ll be worth bookmarking this page for future reference, especially given how it’ll be updated from time to time.

You can also find all of my writing tools and writing resources, such as my list of fantasy magazines and journals, my list of fantasy publishers, my list of book reviewers, and lastly, my list of online book reviewers, by clicking here or heading to the writing tools tab you can see on the top menu.

If there are any particular topics you’d like me to cover, please let me know. I love to share my experiences and knowledge as much as possible, and if there’s something I’m not sure about or haven’t already covered, I’d love to go off and learn about it.

To get in touch, just head over to the About and Contact page by clicking here. Submit the contact form and I’ll get back in touch as soon as I can!

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