Gail Tagarro

Rhythm In Writing

This blog post is based on Writer’s Connect newsletter Issue 59. It expands on this week’s top tip, which suggested some things to consider about paragraph length. This week’s quotidian quote, though seemingly unrelated, also ties in well with today’s topic: rhythm in writing. What does rhythm have to do with writing, you ask? Much …

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Reasons To Write

Do you know why you write? There are no wrong reasons to write, but asking yourself what yours are is a valuable exercise. Some people know the answer to this question immediately, while others can’t answer it at all. As most writers will attest, they certainly aren’t in it for the money! Connecting with the …

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Say What You Think

This blog post is based on Writer’s Connect newsletter Issue 58. It expands on this week’s top tip, which suggested you look to your own thoughts and feelings for inspiration on what to write next. For some of us, pouring that much of ourselves into our writing is an incredibly daunting concept. After all, the …

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Expressing Yourself through Creative Writing to Heal

If you’ve been following my Monday Night Scribbles masterclasses and some of my recent blogs, you’ll see there’s been an emphasis on expressing yourself through creative writing to heal and using writing as a healing tool. After a recent session with one of my The Book Writing Academy clients, it hit me that all creative …

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Worldbuilding Tips

Have you ever read a book set in a world completely different from our own? It’s incredible how complex, detailed, and alive an entirely fictional world can feel. If you’ve ever tried to write such a book, you’ll appreciate how much work goes into making that happen. With so much groundwork to do before you even …

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