Sometimes we find ourselves in a rut, where even our tried and true methods can’t pull us out. Catharine Bramkamp tells us how to shake it up and break the rut.
Writer's Fun Zone by Beth Barany
Custom emails are great for marketing and branding, but Nate Hoffelder warns that, if you’re not careful, they can be just as good for getting your identity stolen.
Deb Kastner teaches us about one of her favorite ways to market her books: Facebook takeovers. This is a fun, free way to build your brand, and generate interest in your book!
Novels are huge undertakings, and can be daunting to practice. Thao Nguyen teaches us how important skills for novel writing can actually be honed much quicker with short stories.
Novelist Keri Kruspe tells us about 3 tools she uses for writing and how they can help anyone write faster. These tools may totally change the way you plot, write, and edit your novel!
Most writers experience writer’s block. And while it may feel like it’s all in your head, there are some real ways to discourage it from mucking up your writer’s life, so you can get back to what you love.
Kelley Way explains how you can use a copyrighted work thanks to de minimis. It’s no guarantee, but de minimis helps you see if your usage is legally sound.
Want to increase your word counts for your stories? Then join us for Camp Nanowrimo. Here’s how…
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.
Enjoy these writing tips… The top 5 zero to hero writing tips from a grown up Eagle Scout… *** “Just try to shoot for the moon every day (but whatever you can do is...