Writing Tips and Writerly Musings

with Morgan Hazelwood

About the show


If you want to hear writing tips from the big names, the medium names, and everyone else, look no further.

As a blogger, vlogger, and unpublished fantasy author, I am addicted to attending all the writing panels a person could possibly attend at a convention. We're talking attending upwards of 25 hours of panels in 3 days.

Fortunately for you? I love sharing my copious notes.

But, I also get real. I share my struggles, my failures, and... hopefully, my writing successes.

Thanks for listening.

  • Morgan Hazelwood


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    3 Techniques for Fixing Your Pacing

    August 16th, 2021  |  Season 3  |  5 mins 23 secs
    beta-reading, books, critique, writers, writing, writing tips

    There’s a writing skill that many novelists struggle with. It’s something that read-a-chapter-a-month critique groups often miss: Pacing.

    We all know that you need to start off with an inciting incident — at least by the end of the first chapter. But after there, it can get a bit fuzzy.

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    7 Tips for Writing Better Villains

    August 9th, 2021  |  Season 3  |  6 mins 21 secs
    beta-reading, books, villains, writers, writing, writing tips

    There is a difference between an antagonist and a villain. Your story doesn’t need a villain. However, if you’re going to have one, you should have a memorable one

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    3 Tips For Deciding What Point-Of-View To Use

    August 2nd, 2021  |  Season 3  |  6 mins 50 secs
    beta-reading, books, writers, writing, writing tips

    Picking a POV can be tricky. The three main things you need to consider are:

    1. What are you most comfortable with?
    2. What are the genre expectations? and
    3. What feels right for the story?
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    Welcome To Writing Tips and Writerly Musings -- Season Three!

    July 12th, 2021  |  Season 3  |  44 secs
    beta-reading, books, critique, writers, writing, writing tips

    I'll be back in August with more writing tips and writerly musings. Plus, a little more.