Confession time: Becca and I have been plotting.
Our mission, as you all know, is to help our visitors become stronger writers. And while we do our best to craft insightful posts week after week, we also believe that one of the best ways to evolve one’s writing skills is to experience a variety of teachings and viewpoints.
With a million blogs out there, variety is never hard to find, is it? But time–there’s never enough of that. Really, we’re all looking for the same thing: the brightest nuggets. The best bits of writing help.
So this got us thinking…
Wouldn’t it be great if you didn’t have to hunt for top-notch storytelling help…if instead it showed up here, week after week?
We put our heads together and identified some of the best sources of writing information online, both from world-renowned story experts, and emerging writers. And then we
begged bribed asked if they would like to join us here at WHW as resident writing coaches.
(And guess what? They did!)
Are you ready? Seriously, prepare yourself.
Over the next year, you will see some amazing blog posts from these unbelievably talented people:
#1Bestselling Author and International Speaker James Scott Bell
Editor and Founder of Women Who Flash Their Lit, April Bradley
Hollywood Story Expert and International Speaker, Michael Hauge
Editor and Award-winning Novelist, C.S. Lakin
Deep Craft Wizard and Part-time Editor, September C. Fawkes
Author, Writing Coach, and Founder of Author Accelerator, Jennie Nash
Poet and Character Arc Enthusiast, Sara Letourneau
Mega-star Ghost Writer, Writing Coach and Author Roz Morris
Award-winning Author and Writing Coach, Jami Gold
Some of these names you may know, others may be new to you. Each one, we believe, has unique insight and a special talent for story. Becca and I are looking forward to being able to share their contributions over the next year, and we hope you’re excited too!
Now before the sheer talent of these people causes the internet to collapse, why not leave us a comment with your writing craft topic wish list for blog posts? Because you never know… 🙂