Hoarding, as a character flaw, creates characters with depth and you can find inspiration for this in the world all around you.
Three dimensional characters make better stories, here are three steps authors can use to help readers connect to their characters.
Authors can supplement their income while they’re writing with freelance work, including proofreading, editing, and blogging.
It’s hard for authors, new and old, to find time to write, but making the most of the time you have can make all the difference.
One way you can learn to add comedy to your fiction is by adding captions to old photos from your attic or a yard sale for fun.
Piracy, rampant in creative industries, is a common problem faced by authors. Awareness and knowledge of how to safeguard your manuscript is the first step in preventing your work from being pirated.
Authors can use their imagination to overcome rejection and encourage their creativity by dreaming up the merch they might sell to readers. Have fun!
Evergreen Links for Authors – Part 1: What Are They and How Will They Save You Time? by Vanessa Kier
No matter if you’re a fiction author, a blogger, or a non-fiction author, we can all use more time. In this first of a two-part article, I’m going to show you what evergreen links are and how they can save you time.
The summer is almost here which for some means sun and fun, and for others it means possible blocks of time to get some real writing done. What is “real writing”? Real writing is working on a project that’s meaningful, to you and that you expect (or would hope) is meaningful to others. It’s writing with a purpose and direction, with the aim of completion and of course, with the intent of sharing it.