by ARHuelsenbeck I started my blog, ARHtistic License, in May, 2015. Soon, I was posting every day. I’m not bragging. I’m just saying it’s doable. Is it necessary to post every day? No.
Stories come in every shape and size, and as an author, you bring your own expertise and experience to your tale. So when it comes to editing, you might not need the same sort of help as someone else. You might excel at catching grammar problems but struggle with writing the blurb, the back-of-the-book… Read More The 7 Types of Editing Your Book Needs
by Lauren Sapala I don’t know if it’s that time of year or what, but I’ve been getting a lot of emails from writers lately about finishing things. This is also a topic that comes up frequently in my coaching sessions with writers. Lots and lots of writers out there are terrified that… Read More Three Types of Writers Have Trouble Finishing Things. Which One Are You?
by Michael Mohr David Corbett—New York Times Notable author of many novels including Blood of Paradise (2007), Do They Know I’m running (2010), and The Mercy of the Night (2015)—published a sparkling, extremely-helpful nonfiction writers’ guide in 2013 entitled, “The Art of Character.”
by Teagan Berry A couple days ago, I posted an article on how the social media site Pinterest is extremely useful for writers and the visualization of characters, settings, clothing, etc. As a follow-up, I want to now get into the ways Pinterest can assist writers in a more general fashion. What do… Read More What Pinterest Can Offer You As a Writer
by Christopher Slater The start of the school year brings about a lot of changes for me. I have much less time for blogging, vlogging, writing, critiquing, etc. That time gets taken up by grading, lesson planning, research, preparation, and helping my own child with his homework. Despite this, it can wind up… Read More How Your Reputation Could Affect Your Writing
by Jacqui Murray When you read your story, does it sound off, maybe you can’t quite put your finger on it, but you know you’ve done something wrong? Sometimes–maybe even lots of times–there are simple fixes. These writer’s tips will come at you once a week, giving you plenty of time to go… Read More 16 Query Tips From Agents