by Kathryn, TFR Keeping in a similar theme with last week’s post about unique sources of writing inspiration, this week, I’m going to talk about finding sources of PRODUCTIVE background noise. No, that does not mean pulling up your favorite show on Netflix or Hulu to listen to while you work (In the… Read More 6 Sources of Productive Background Noise
by Meg Dowell Why do you keep doing this.
by Allison Maruska Today is where we put on a different hat, going from writer to publisher. Don’t freak out. We’re using the term “publisher” loosely. The point is no matter which publishing path you take, you’ll have to make sure your manuscript is the best that you can make it before anyone… Read More Where Writers Get Stuck: Editing and Revising
by Sarah Pesce Let me start this off by saying plagiarists are the WORST. Unfortunately, plagiarism is made easier than ever with self-publishing these days. If you post your work online – on fanfic forums, on Wattpad, on critique sites, on your own website, etc. – you run the risk of that work… Read More How to Protect Against Plagiarism If You Post Fiction Online
by Meg Dowell You don’t know which projects are going to succeed, and which ones are going to fail. Many people assume that because I’ve been writing for a long time, I now do so professionally, and I give advice on my blog, I’m the expert who knows it all. And with that… Read More The Best Piece of Writing Advice I Ever Received
by ARHuelsenbeck Are you ready to get serious about your writing? Set yourself up for success by stocking up on the things you’ll need:
by S.E. White We’re almost halfway through the year, so now is the appropriate time to hear about some of the methods authors use to unwind. A little self-care, a little stopping to smell the roses, and your writing productivity will thank you. These are all tried and tested ways that writers relax.… Read More How Writers Can Relax