Finding time to write when you have a full life — job, family, other responsibilities — is possible. How? Read on for tips from full-time business owner, mom of three, and writer, Janelle Riley.
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Has this happened to you? You are working on your book, your work in progress. Suddenly, many other events, relationships, and life goals change for the better. That’s the power of transformative writing.
Every new book is a new chance to learn something about writing. Hence a writer’s joy at big book sales. Editor and creative writing teacher, Kim Lozano, shares some pro strategies to be prepped for book fair season.
The POV you use to write your novel helps shape the narrative and frame the story for maximum impact. Choosing which point of use to employ and being consistent with it are challenging. For clarity on how to use POV, dive into this post by novelist and editor, Kay Keppler.
Dive into creating playlists for your novel writing and editing with guidance and inspiration from novelist and artist, Nevada McPherson.
Every novelist needs to edit their novel. Here are 6 steps to editing your novel, an unconventional guide by sci-fi romance novelist, Keri Kruspe.
While it can be difficult to write without the support of family and friends, there are other alternatives, as writer Janelle T. Riley shares.
Discover 3 essential tasks a ghostwriter does and see if you may want to become one with freelance writer, Thao Nguyen.
If you’re stuck on your novel, use journal writing to explore all the questions and trouble spots in a safe place. You may be surprised at the result.