You’ve written your first draft of your novel, but your rough draft is way too long! Join author Daniel Rice as he tells you what’s next.
Category: Writing Tips
Today we welcome a new guest writer to Writer’s Fun Zone, Jocelyn Lindsay who is stopping by to chat with us about “Discover The Secret To Engaging Readers’ Emotions In Your Novel.” Enjoy! ***...
Enjoy these 3 Tips To Get Ready for NaNoWriMo by Jordan Rosenfeld. Jordan is a freelance manuscript editor and writing teacher. Stay tuned for more NaNoWriMo prep tips coming! When you plan your novel...
There are many ways to prepare when hiring a professional editor. Here are some ways to be totally prepared when you do.
This post is about Why Plan for NaNoWriMo written by Jasper Ezekiel, with an introduction by Beth Barany. Edited by Beth Barany. *** It’s been an emotional time for me. Hard to say exactly...
The source of fiction’s power is its strong characters. Use dialogue as a method of character building to strengthen your characters by editor, Fallon Clark.
Don’t go advertising just anywhere! Take our social media advice and learn how to promote your book for the most hits and the best results.
Find out what the author thinks, “what I wish I had known” for advice on being a writer who respects her own time, drive, and desires.
The Difference Between Author Tone and Voice, And Why It’s Important To Have Both by Laurel Osterkamp
Are you unsure of what author tone and voice are? Read this article for some explanations and some prime examples of author tone and voice.
Querying an agent can be a mysterious process. Here are four questions to ask yourself before you query an agent to be sure you’re 100% prepared.
Can You Write an Article in the Voice of a Creative Writer Explaining How to Use Chat GPT for Beginning Novelists and Bloggers? by Catharine Bramkamp
There are many ways to use ChatGPT for beginning novelists as well as many anxieties. Let us tell you what they are and soothe your worry.