Top 10 Writing Tips

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This is a useful collection of writing tips that I believe all authors should find valuable and interesting.

Lynette Noni

A few months ago I was asked by the Gold Coast Bulletin to come up with a list of writing tips that they could publish in their newspaper. I really wanted to include those tips in a blog post back then too, but the Bulletin asked me to wait until they’d published them first, which is fair enough. I’d pretty much forgotten about it, but this week my wonderful publicist tracked down the link for the whole article that they wrote up on me back in May in the aftermath of Supanova, which means I can now share my tips with you all!

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Feel free to share the above tips if you find them helpful at all. And if you want to read the whole article (it’s an entire page, which is so cool!), you can do so by clicking on this link to find a screenshot JPEG of it here: 

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26 thoughts on “Top 10 Writing Tips

  1. A friend who wrote a wonderful novel was cautioned about the number of words. She edited her writing to get down to the number that she thought editors would accept. In the end it was confusing and hard to read. While #6 is important, readers need to know who is speaking when. So I would add another, don’t sacrifice quality for quantity.

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  2. Great tips to keep in mind. Thanks for sharing them. Also, thanks for stopping by the Cow Pasture. I’m glad you liked it well enough to jump the fence and stay awhile, welcome. I look forward to reading your comments and your blog.

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