10 YouTube Channels that Will Improve Your Writing10 YouTube Channels that Will Improve Your Writing – With Links10 YouTube Channels that Will Improve Your Writing by JosephBlakeParker
There are a plethora of resources for the beginning writer: from books on writing, to amazing stories, to published writers who regularly blog. Today, I want to share my compilation of important YouTube channels for developing your writing skills, and share why each is important—organized by what purpose they serve. Watch them when bored, listen to them as you clean or when you feel uninspired, and be sure to subscribe to their channels.
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Ellen Brock is a freelance editor who professionally edits novels and does writing seminars. Her videos are very concise, brief; and they show, from an editor's perspective, what makes a good book.
Big Think is actually a compilation of brief seminars on a variety of topics. And they have many videos on the subject of writ
6 Insights on Writing from *The Edge Chronicles*6 Insights on Writing Fiction from “The Edge Chronicles” (1)6 Insights on Writing from *The Edge Chronicles* by JosephBlakeParker
Any professional writer has one universal and fundamental truth to share when it comes to learning how to write—and that is that you must read. This is one of the primary rules of Stephen King, John Green, and most writers kind enough to pass on bits of advice to the rest of us. And so, today I will be focusing on things that one can learn from specific stories. Today's story? “The Edge Chronicles – Book One – Beyond the Deepwoods” by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell.
Insight 1: The reaches of fantasy are limited only by our imagination.
“The Edge” is a humble and little-known young-adult fantasy novel. But it remains in my memories one of the best works of fantasy ever created. And why? Because the writers avoided generic previously seen constructs of fantasy, and decided to make a world completely their own. Unique fantasy draws readers in more than stereotypical elves and
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