Welcome to the fifth mid-spring issue of Writer’s Wheel, the FREE online creative writing magazine from Compass Books.
Spring and early summer brings new growth, and in this issue of Writers’ Wheel, Krystina Kellingley writes about inspiration and where to find it. Annette Oppenlander tells us how your first chapter must draw in the reader or your book will return to the shelf unread and unnoticed.Simon Whaley is, as always, generous with his advice on generating ideas for articles, while Autumn Barlow brings her vast experience in creative writing to the table. Also in this edition, we continue our series on writing for the YA market, with an article about Wattpad.
You will find here the usual assortment of articles, handy hints, tips and advice for making the writer’s life a more productive one
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