by Morgan S. Hazelwood Getting The Words Out Whether you’re participating in NaNoWriMo or just trying to get your story out, it can be a struggle.
by Maja S. Todorovic This is very interesting statement. A paradox in its literal translation, the negation in first sentence do implies a logical answer to question, but I still want to elaborate this and offer some additional thoughts.
by Julianne Q Johnson At first, I was resistant to having an author newsletter. After talking to some readers who told me of their love of author newsletters, including a friend who subscribes to over twenty of them, I changed my mind. My newsletter has been live for a few months now and… Read More The Top 4 Pitfalls of Running a Newsletter
by Samantha Fenton In a world where time is hard to divide and hours of pure concentration take much energy and effort, random writes have come to save me. Random writes are defined as followed:A short, 500 – 2,000 word, non-edited dabble in whatever the author wants to write about. I have also heard… Read More “Random Writes” and Why I Love Them
by Kelsie Engen What is one valuable lesson you’ve learned since you started writing? That’s a hard one, because I feel like I’ve learned many things the more I write. In fact, writing is one of those things that makes you learn, even if you want to or not. Or perhaps it just… Read More 3 Valuable Lessons I’ve Learned from Writing
by Whitney Carter Putting grief into words is futile. And trying to do so would bankrupt the vocabulary of all languages. -Mark Twain Grief is a heavy and relatively ever-present part of life. Just as surely as we are born, we have to die too. While it’s true you and I, by virtue… Read More How to Write Grieving Characters
by Julianne Q. Johnson I was taking part in a conversation between various writers today about word choice. Some participants were arguing the point that using fancier word choices was the way to go. They were quite fierce about it and mentioned how it was nice to build their readers’ vocabulary, and besides,… Read More On Choosing the Right Word