There are two new additions to the Writer’s Toolbox that will be a fun help to your writing.
I’m always on the lookout for neat links to contribute to the Writer’s Toolbox (and if any of you spot something worthy of the list, certainly let me know) to help us all keep the words flowing.
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Here is an interesting post on some crunchy numbers regarding author earnings in a report that came out January 2015. Check out the full report for information beyond this snippet.
What I find interesting is that this report gives some pro-indie and some pro-traditional information. Keep in mind that all the below stats have to do with ebooks and not the entire book market.
Continue reading January 2015 Author Earnings Report
We’ve all felt it at one time or another. The story loses its shine and you’re left with a half-completed story. Why does this happen, and how do you continue?
Continue reading How to Feel Like Writing Again
2014 was an eventful year. I thought I’d put together a list of the top 10 most popular posts of 2014, assessed by page views.
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Not long ago, I did a post on showing vs. telling. I’d like to continue along that same vein by talking about ways to allow the reader to think for themselves without being spoon-fed.
Continue reading Let Your Readers Think For Themselves
Today, we’re going to talk with Janci Patterson, a hybrid author based out of Utah.
Continue reading How Janci Patterson Became Published: An Interview
I still remember the day I started writing my first novel. I felt a little lost. I knew the basic concept of the story I wanted to tell, but the endless sea of possibilities on how to get there was overwhelming.
Continue reading How the Seven-Point Story Structure Can Help Your Writing
Today, I’m pleased to introduce New York Times bestseller Larry Correia as a guest. Although he has a busy schedule, he accepted the invitation to share with us some of his knowledge on firearms in fiction.
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You may not know it starting out, but every time you begin a story, you make promises to your readers. Even if you aren’t aware what promises you’re making, your readers will be bothered if you don’t fulfill them.
Continue reading How to Make the Right Promises to Your Readers
So, you failed your writing goal. What now? With less than two days to go in Nanowrimo, I thought this would be an appropriate subject to go over. Did you fall short?
Continue reading If You Fail Your Writing Goal