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The Writing Resource

For all your writing needs


Which stage are you at?

I Have No Idea Where to Start

You want to be an author, but you haven’t got any ideas, or perhaps you do – but you have no idea how to actually start writing.


I’ve been writing my first draft but…

You’ve been writing your story for a while now, but you’re stuck, or you’re not getting anywhere, you’ve lost hope in the plot, or maybe you’ve actually stopped writing it.


I Have A First Draft, Now What?

It’s time to jump into editing but you don’t exactly know how to go about it, or perhaps you’ve started it and are feeling a little overwhelmed.


The Writing Resource Membership

The Writing Resource is a tool for all young aspiring authors to reach their goals, surrounded by a community of people just like them. Our membership is for all our users to collaborate and engage for free. Members will be able to participate in forums, write-ins, and readathons, and get access to downloadable resources, insights, videos, and author interviews (coming soon). Plus so much more! 


Members can help each other out in forums, participate in write-in and readathon events, Q&As, polls, and organising beta reader groups.


Members have access to downloadable resources such as worksheets, inspo packs, and word synonym sheets. They also have access to reviews of various writer services to ensure they use the best for their needs.


Members have access to various exclusive videos and blog posts from people and industry leaders to offer young Australian writers advice and tips.

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Latest Posts

How to Write Engaging Stories for Children and Children at Heart

By |April 24th, 2019|

Writing for children can be tricky. Writers should aim for clarity and avoid confusion while still entertaining children. They also need to  engage their young readers without patronising them. Clearly, writing for this audience brings its own set of challenges, so, here are a few tips to make it easier. How to Write for Children Determine [...]

How to push through the first draft

By |December 5th, 2018|

One of the hardest parts of becoming an author is actually just sitting down and writing the book - it’s no simple task to write out 50,000 words. Let alone weave a believable story, with real characters, and an enthralling plot. Being the first few days of December 2018, many of you have probably just attempted NaNoWriMo to help you [...]

Writing what you don’t know – How to be a lawyer, doctor, and a 19th century pirate

By |November 19th, 2018|

A big part of writing fiction novels involves pretending like you know a whole lot about topics you have a very limited knowledge of. Perhaps your main character is a lawyer or doctor, or a 19th century pirate. Each require you, the author, to know a bit about their careers or background, but sometimes it can be difficult to get [...]


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