Posts Tagged: audience

How to Conquer Writer’s Block: Tip 77

MIDDLE GRADE? YA? CHILDREN? ADULT? An interesting discussion on the SCBWI NCA list serv has made me aware of another block-inducing dilemma: wondering about your “genre” (for wont of another word ). If you are paralyzed by the question of “what” your book is, it is absolutely imperative for you to visualize your “audience”. Rule:… Read more »

How to Conquer Writer’s Block Tip 36

WHO IS YOUR AUDIENCE? THE ANSWER MAY SURPRISE YOU. I’m going to answer this question only as it relates to writer’s block. There is only one answer. The members of the audience when writing fiction are the characters in your story. They are listening to you and you are listening to them, and writing what… Read more »