Being a Better Writer Topic Call!

Readers! The time is upon us! Being a Better Writer‘s Topic List #14 is complete!

By which I mean that I’ve exhausted it. Every topic on the list has been written about over the last few months of Being a Better Writer posts. The list is now empty. There is no content left to write upon.

Which means it’s time to open up Topic List #15 and start anew. Which means, of course, a Topic Call!

If you’re new to the site or don’t recall, a Topic Call is pretty simple. Being a Better Writer is about exactly what’s in the title: Discussion of writing topics so that all of us can improve. Over the years Being a Better Writer has become a titanic resource for writers old and new looking for advice on various topics. But there’s always more to cover. And so when a topic call comes up, we ask you, readers, to suggest writing topics you’d like to hear more about!

That’s right! If there’s a writing topic you’d like to hear about that hasn’t been covered by BaBW or you’d like to see covered again, we want you to post it below in the comments so we can add it to the list!

Not sure it’s a workable topic? Post it anyway, and we’ll see what we can do. If there’s a topic you’ve always wondered about, a topic you’ve been curious to see BaBW cover and just waiting with baited breath … Now is the time to speak up!

So get commenting! Topic List #15 is here!

2 thoughts on “Being a Better Writer Topic Call!

  1. It’d be cool to get a post on description and how to fill up space in a book to make it a novel and not a long short story without feeling padded.

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  2. I know you’ve done a few topics on puzzle pieces, keeping your subplots and main plots in line and everything (including the latest one, as of this comment), but how about one on how to make them all knit together, and where you should conclude them? Sometimes, it’s a little hard to keep track of subplots in particular, and all the other bits of plot in general, especially if you’re a new writer (like me), and often you get the feeling you’re just supposed to conclude everything in one giant Sanderson-esque snowball at the end. Honestly, sometimes subplots are just plain confusing, so I guess that’s what I’m trying to convey.

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