Catharine Bramkamp shares some vital tips to survive your first public reading. Grab some lunch and steel yourself, you can do this!
Beat writer’s block and get inspired with these eight different ways to help you get back to writing your story. Which is your favorite?
It’s the perfect time for authors to set goals for the new year. It’s a chance to share what you’ve done or try something new and to add plenty of reading to your goals.
So you want to be a fiction writer… here are some things you need to know, do, and be… 1. READ If you want to be any kind of writer, read. Anything and everything....
I wrote one blog on the tools one can use for productivity before at and all of those tools still stand. They’re all great. What I found was that I used too many at once and that didn’t end up working well for me as I spent more time inputting and checking off than was necessary.
Greetings! Hope your summer reading and writing projects are coming along nicely. If you’ve been busy with other summer activities you’ve still got a few weeks to read a novel or two or to pen a rough draft before fall arrives. I’ve personally been in the process of moving into a new apartment and am only now getting to some projects I’ve been planning.
Let’s welcome back monthly columnist Jami Gray as she shares with us “To Conference, or not to Conference, That is the Question.”
Thanks to friend and romance author Carolina Montague for sharing this infographic with our romance writing community. Anatomy of a Kindle Owner from Written Word Media Sparked I’m sparked when I read this graphic...