Are you looking to grow as a writer? Here are 4 ways you can challenge the status quo and put your writing out there.
Do you need help becoming a better proofreader? I've got you covered: here are some tools that will change the way you approach editing a document in Microsoft Word.
Even though the New Year has passed, you might be wondering what kind of goals you should have this year. I've got you covered: Here are 4 goals every writer should have.
Do you find yourself getting stuck writing the same scene over and over again? You may have writer's imperfection. Here's how you can overcome it.
When it comes to writing, we're told the more time we put in, the better we'll get. Yet the quality of that practice is oftentimes overlooked. Here's how quantity and quality affect your writing, and how you find the perfect amount of daily writing practice.
Imagine this: a literary agent reads your query letter and decides to check out the opening to your story. You've passed the first test (writing that query letter and getting their attention), and now it's time for them to be bedazzled by your writing.
But how you do go about starting a novel? Here's seven tips on how to write a good first chapter.
Every writer knows how it feels to "not be in the mood" to write. This feeling comes in the form of procrastination or focusing our attention on some other "more important" task. So how do you get yourself into a writing mindset? Here's a few tips on how you can start approaching writing today.
When you think of the perfect writing place, you might imagine a quiet place without any distractions. Many writers dream about a cabin with nothing but a notebook and a beautiful summer's day. Unfortunately, this dream doesn't exist where most writers live, and even if you do live by the woods, chances are it isn't a beautiful summer most of the time.
However, that doesn't mean you can't and won't find the perfect writing room. Here's six things your writing space should have.
You've got tea on your desk and a word document open on your computer. You take a sip of your tea for inspiration but find that you're having trouble writing. Ideas flowed out from your fingertips yesterday, but the words won't come out today.
Luckily there's plenty of methods to help boost your creativity and inspiration. Here's five different writing exercises to motivate yourself during the writing process.
If you write often, you'll know that there's times when you won't feel inspired by the muses to put words down onto the page. You might try writing a few sentences but find you're still stuck on the same scene as yesterday.
Luckily, there's a writing method that can help you boost creativity and productivity: freewriting. Here's how freewriting can expand your imagination and encourage your inner creativity.