by Phil James Writer’s block is a mighty beast. It catches every writer off guard and sometimes, it takes months–if not years–to shake off. Sometimes, it feels like nothing is conquerable in the mind of the lost writer. But I want to propose a solution to your daily writer’s block, so that you can… Read More Use Translation to Help Writer’s Block
by Andrea Lundgren Busy-ness is generally considered unimportant when it comes to plotting. We don’t usually make space for it, because it isn’t central to the plot. Unless we are writing a romance and need a quiet moment for the two characters to interact, we try to keep the pace going.
by Victor Salinas A new year signals a new beginning. While the change of the calendar year is really nothing more than a formality, it can, in fact, be a powerful symbol in the human mind. Most of us make resolutions at the end of each year. We promise ourselves and those close to… Read More 5 Great Things to Do in Writing for 2016
by Larry Kahaner Dear Author: Thanks for sending us your manuscript. The plot is unique, the characters are compelling and the writing is top notch. It’s one of the best books we’ve ever read. Unfortunately, it’s not right for us. Best Regards, The Publisher What the…?
by Vincent Mars Wouldn’t it be wonderful for your children and grandchildren to read your blog? Okay, maybe not all of it, but your best posts, those which have touched upon matters that are precious to you, or that have informed, entertained, or enlightened others.
by Meg Dowell Too many times, I have found myself trapped in book discussions with people who do not seem to grasp the concept of writing to the emotions.
A Writer’s Path is open for authors to advertise their books. I’m also accepting advertisements on The Book Review Directory and All Romance Reads. I’m an author, and I know firsthand how difficult it can be to get the word out about your book. If you’re frustrated with your book sales, consider advertising here. For those… Read More Advertise Your Book
by Gary Smailes So you’ve had your book professionally edited, and you are faced with the task of turning the feedback into something that lifts your book to the next level. This article will help you do that.
by Pekoeblaze Woo hoo! This blog [Pekoeblaze] is three years old today! I’m still astonished that something which I started as a random experiment three years ago is still going strong. Usually, most of my projects only last for a fraction of this time but, for some reason, updating this blog has become a regular… Read More Three Things I’ve Learned From Running A Blog For Three Years