Well, at this point in time, I seem to be going through a massive cyberpunk art phase. So, I thought I’d talk about what to do if you seem to only be able to produce one type of art.
Continue reading 3 Things to Do If You Keep Producing The Same Genre of Art
by Michael Kozlowski at Good e-Reader
Barnes and Noble has just launched a new e-book promotional system called Nook First Look that offers readers a chance to buy e-books at a discount before they are released to the public. Every month the bookseller will release two or three different titles and offer varying degrees of savings.
Continue reading Barnes and Noble Unveils Podcasts and Nook First Look
by Michael Cristiano
It’s happened again. I’ve fallen out of love. Well, actually, I don’t think I was ever in love, but after 200 pages of George RR Martin’s A Clash of Kings, I’ve decided to take some space. I mean, I think it’s better for the both of us. I need to answer some very serious questions: Who am I? What do I want? More importantly, what don’t I want, and right now, that’s this.
It’s nothing personal against George RR Martin. I read A Game of Thrones two summers ago and I loved it. I will, however, say that it took me a long time to get into it. Say, 150 pages? But I just can’t do it this time. So, that led me to think about why. Why do I ditch books halfway through? It seldom happens. I honestly think I’ve only ever done it to about a dozen books, but is there a formula?
I strove to find out.
Continue reading 5 Reasons Why I Leave a Book Half-Read
Hey everyone! A Writer’s Path has just surpassed 1,000 posts!
It seems like just yesterday I started this writing tips website, and I appreciate everyone’s readership.
Here’s to another 1,000 posts.
by Tonya R. Moore
Recently, writers all over the Internet got outraged over an article declaring that unless you write every day, you’re not a real writer. I don’t share this article’s sentiment however, I do believe that if you can carve out the time and summon the wherewithal to write every day, you should.
Writing is worthwhile enough to warrant the time and effort it takes to write every day.
Continue reading One Argument for Writing Every Day
by Kyle Massa
I had a professor in college who often said, “Inspiration will fail you.” She was very right about that.
Many authors wait around to be inspired. They wait for the muse to appear with an amazing idea, one that fills the page with vivid prose and vibrant action. And when inspiration fails to appear, those writers remind themselves that tomorrow is another day, and they don’t write anything.
That’s why inspiration will fail you. It’s lazy, it’s inconsiderate, and it doesn’t ever show up when you want it to.
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Throwback Thursday is a series where we take a look back at some of AWP’s most popular posts. Enjoy!
by Writer in Wedges
So you have written your short story and cannot wait to release it into the world. But before doing that, it is important to take some extra time to make sure your story is properly edited, despite the fact that editing is nowhere near as fun as writing.
Continue reading Throwback Thursday: 10 Tips for Editing Your Short Story