Welcome to Writerzblox.net’s June 2012 Newsletter! This month we have some advice for new writers, as well as book recommendations, a monthly writing prompt, free wallpaper, tips, tricks and plenty of inspiration.
Do you love writing but have a bad case of writer’s block?
For many, it often boils down to not knowing how to get started.
“Writing Sparks: Inspiration to ignite your creativity!” by Belinda Witzenhausen offers valuable advice, prompts and tips to help you break through any creative block and start writing. These prompts offer a variety of fiction and nonfiction ideas designed to get you thinking and writing. Some prompts may ask you to reflect on personal opinions or memories , while others ask you to flex your creative muscles with fun and often, quirky suggestions. These “sparks” are designed to get you motivated and challenge you to grow as a writer.
Where can a writer travel the world, have literature at their fingertips, and be immersed in a city that celebrates diversity in the arts? Explore Toronto! Torontonians are lucky in the sense… Continue reading on Examiner.com: Toronto Writing careers Examiner – Jobs | Examiner.com http://www.examiner.com/writing-careers-in-toronto/belinda-witzenhausen#ixzz1K75RrYXG
Currently Toronto is ranked as a major user of social media. In fact, Toronto boasts over 700,000 users on Facebook alone. With publishing companies cutting their promotional budgets, authors as well as new writers…Continue reading on Examiner.com: http://tinyurl.com/4ayys6z
Nothing can be as overwhelming to a new writer as the first time they share their work. You generally put your heart and soul on the page and wonder if others will like what you have to say or judge you based on what you write. Read More
Many start the year wanting to explore or expand their writing skills. If improving your writing skills is on the top of your resolution list for 2011, here are 5 tips to help you become a better writer. Read More Here: http://exm.nr/fmeiGQ
At one point in their writing career, a writer will ponder what it is they should be writing about. Many writers have heard the old adage, ‘write what you know’. In some cases, this is true – if you have extensive knowledge of and a passion for a subject, it will most likely make for intriguing and passionate prose. Read More…http://exm.nr/gd2FNk
You have decided that you want to write but might not be as confident in your skills as you would like to be. There are many ways to hone your skills but practice is by far the most important. You must write everyday to develop and become comfortable with your unique ‘writing voice’. Education is an integral component to developing as a writer. …Read More http://www.examiner.com/writing-careers-in-toronto/honing-your-writing-skills
Nothing is more daunting to a new or seasoned writer than the blank page; it’s not a lack of talent but a block in the creative process. Over a decade after “The Artists Way” was originally published many still find this book a source of inspiration and a tool for reigniting that creative spark. Read More…http://exm.nr/gxYOkN