Angle on Writing

Lisa Angle offers articles on creative writing tips and storytelling techniques, as well as internet marketing strategies for writers. Angle on Writing was chosen as one of Writers Digest’s 101 best websites for writers for 2005.

Your Character’s Point of View

Once you’ve fleshed out your characters you have to decide how to tell the story. Whose eyes will the reader see through and how much information will they get? This…

Creating Living, Breathing Characters

When asked what makes a story tick, Jack Canfield, co-author of the Chicken Soup for the Soul books, said he’s noticed a common tread. “More dialogue and more character development….

Improve Your Writing

It is rumored that James Joyce worked on one sentence in Finnegan’s Wake for fourteen years. We don’t need to go that far, but a polished story is the editor’s…

Ten Twitter Tips for Authors

Whether you’ve published books or write a column, interacting with your fans is important and will keep them interested. Twitter is just one integral part of marketing strategies for authors….

How To Start A Writers Group

Creative writing courses and conferences are all well and good, but a close-knit group can provide the support we need to grow as writers.

Being a Writer is Like Being an Alcoholic

Once a writer admits they need help and attends a writers group or conference, their writing will get better and better.