CBC has some advice to offer you. Actually, 100 people have some suggestions on how to be a better writer through a very cool, very engaging “word cloud.”
As the CBC’s Books page states:
Over the last two years, Canada Writes has collected a whole bunch of wonderful writing tips from Canadian poets, novelists, practitioners of creative nonfiction, and writers of children’s books. So pick a word, find a tip, and try it out!
Click here to check out the innovative new tool and get readin’ (then writin’)!
Plus, for all aspiring and established writers out there, don’t forget to enter the 2016 CBC Short Story Contest in any or all of the following three categories: fiction (1,200-1,500 words), creative nonfiction (1,200-1,500 words) and/or poetry (400-600 words; in verse of prose). You can submit as many entires as you like online ($25 per submission), but the deadline is 11:59 p.m. EST on Sunday, November 1, 2015.