So, we receive a lot of questions from writers and authors about what resources and systems we use and recommend at RhetAskew and in our Facebook group Rhetoric Askew. With NaNoWriMo upon us, we thought this would be a great time to share a new tool or resource each week that authors and writers can use to stay on track during this hectic, fun-filled NaNoWriMo month. We plan on doing this by giving you all a sneak peek into our Editing Cave and showing you what tools and resources we use as authors and editors to keep our writing schedules on pace despite our always hectic schedules.
I don’t know about you, but I am never at a loss for story ideas. The time to write and follow those ideas to completion is a different story. That’s where the Askew Challenge comes in. It’s a program of daily writing sprints following a proven formula for pacing and consistency which will take you from idea to “the end” in 90 days, or less.
Exploring Classical Poetry Series by Dusty Grein, ACP Part 1 — The Basics Part 2 — The Sonnet Part 3 — The Ravenelle Part 4 — The Villanelle Part 5 — The Sestina Part 6 — The Terza-Rima Part 7 — The Limerick Part 8 — The Kyrielle The Limerick The history of the poetry … Continue reading Exploring Classical Poetry — Part 7
via Inefficient One question we hear every day is "how do I get over writer's block?" I bet you've heard this one thrown around a lot. You might've even asked it. I know I have. Our answer is a bit unconventional and it never fails to shock the one asking. The answer is— Are … Continue reading Writer’s Block? Here’s the cure…