Here it is, my post on writing advice from the outside world. *dundundun* More specifically, from my personal writing idols, a list that's growing as times passes. Unfortunately, I couldn't find anything from Hans Christian Andersen, since he is quite long past, but I got some good stuff from the other ones, so read on!
From J.K. Rowling, the author of Harry Potter and more
From Suzanne Collins, the author of The Hunger Games and more
From Anthony Horowitz, the author of The Gatekeepers, Alex Rider, and more
From Steven Moffat, head writer for Doctor Who, Sherlock, and more
From C.S. Lewis, the author of The Chronicles of Narnia and more
From Rick Riordan, the author of Percy Jackson, The Kane Chronicles, and more
I should like to note that another good resource for writers when looking for advice is On Writing by Stephen King. I don't agree with everything he says, but that book is brilliant. So, thanks for reading! Next time, come in for information on voting for my Halloween costume!
Any more advice for the crowd?
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I'm an unpublished novelist, primarily of YA fantasy, and a freelance editor. I love psychology, cats, social justice, and love! I'm also a huge fangirl. Basically, stories are my life.
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