The April roundup from Writer’s Fun Zone, where we talk about how authors face spring fever, stay focused, and avoid cognitive overload.
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Nanowrimo comes with a 50K word count, but what do you do when life intervenes? Nano Rebel is now a recognized and accepted role making Nanowrimo more accessible than ever.
Want to increase your word counts for your stories? Then join us for Camp Nanowrimo. Here’s how…
When soldiers get bored they do some fun and interesting things. Great details to add to your military romance novel. Take it from a writer and former military spouse, Ann Woodford.
You may have a million other things calling your attention away from that story you love so much. Balancing work, life, and writing is a challenge, but doable. Here’s some tips for you.
Discover 6 ways any author can use social media to build community, no matter what stage of your writing career you’re in, by romance novelist and blogger, Ann Woodford.
Humankind, we’ve realized that there is so much more to us than meets the eye. And gender is one of those things. Come explore gender neutral pronouns and why use them with author Willow Woodford.
You want to be a better novelist but it can be hard to answer the question: what kind of feedback would you like? Discover the types of editing you can expect as you work to improve your drafts from novelist Willow Woodford.
A social media audit is a very simple tool that will give you a snapshot of your social media presence and an understanding of how effective your social media presence is.
Knowledge is power. So knowing why writer’s block happens and how to get through it is a tool every author should have in their pencil box.
Asking people to buy your book is often cited as the most difficult part of marketing by authors. It’s understandable. Here are some tips on writing copy for your book ads that doesn’t leave you feeling dirty.