Julia on Writing Fiction #2

 pencil, notebook, Pixabay

Can you find someone to help you with your writing? Absolutely. Get on the internet and find out if there are writers’ groups meeting in your location, or online groups that fit your needs. Ask at your local public library.

Read writers’ blogs such as





Some writers’ groups and community colleges run short courses on writing and others are online and free



Pixabay, easel blackboard, classical school desk

Of course, the usual cautions apply. Be wary of scams when signing up for courses you have to pay for.

Libraries often have helpful books on various aspects of writing, as do online bookstores. Some classic books written decades ago are still eagerly read by a new generation of beginning writers. Used copies cost a lot less than new books, and some listed below (and others) can be downloaded to your device.

 Amazon.com: On Writing: A Memoir Of The Craft eBook: Stephen King ..

The Art of Fiction: Notes on Craft for Young Writers: John Gardner …

45 Master Characters – Victoria Lynn Schmidt

The Writer’s Journey: Mythic Structure for Writers – Christopher Vogler …

Awakening the Heroes Within by Carol S. Pearson – Read Online


Local public libraries also have periodicals on writing, some of the articles are very, very good, and it’s all free information. Ask your librarian.


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Published by Julia Archer

Julia is a world traveler, a writer of adult and teen fiction, and a keen photographer and reader.

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