‘Ná bí ag ceapadh go bhfuil ach guth amháin agat. Tá na céadta agat!’ Ceistíonn an scríbhneoir dátheangach Éilís Ní Dhuibhne cé atá ag insint an scéal agus cén dearcadh a bhfuil acu sa ceachtín speisialta #NovelTeens seo. Cén dearcadh faoi leith a bhfuil ag do charachtar ar an saol?Let's Go
NovelTeens #5 : Building a Writing Practice with Deirdre Sullivan
In Deirdre Sullivan’s second NovelTeens masterclass, she guides us through building a sustainable writing practice, divulging hints and tips that we can use to kickstart a daily routine. She highlights the importance of reading other writers, as well as setting small, achievable goals and sharing your work with your peers.
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In this #NovelTeens mini masterclass, Anna Carey explains that humour doesn’t mean you’re not taking a subject seriously: it can actually be a way of exploring solemn subjects in your writing!Let's Go
In the second edition of NovelTeens, author Dave Rudden talks about how to create a compelling antagonist for your story. What is it that makes a villain really stand out? And how do they put pressure on your story’s heroes?Let's Go