Actionable Information and Creative Inspiration for Writers and Illustrators. From Baby Books to YA Novels.
To edit or not to edit as you go? I’m all for editing, and here I tell you not just why, but HOW to do it right. Here’s how to edit as you write in 5 steps.
No matter how creative or prolific a writer might be, everyone gets stuck. This is the best way I know to get unstuck and back to the creative writing flow.
There are certain things dialogue should do, and certain things we as writers should avoid. This is the #1 best tip on writing dialogue I’ve ever heard.
There’s a discounting book portal you need to know and use. It’s called Bookbub – for readers and writers, it’s better than sliced bread.
There are a lot of misconceptions about what it’s like to be a writer. Here’s the lowdown on what it’s really like, the truth about writing for kids.
What are your New Year Writer Resolutions for 2017? Here’s how to make certain resolution adjustments – so you can become more prolific than ever.
If you plan to self publish, you need to know what the top fonts are today – and why. Find out what to use for children’s books, novels, and ebook readers.
What are the types of editors and what exactly do they do? Here’s a run-down of the 9 types of editors you’ll get to know as a writer.
No one writes gold with the first draft. But how do you identify what needs fixing? Here are the 5 steps you should take to fix your story.
How many narrative threads does it take to make a great story? It depends on the story type. Find out what your thread count should be.
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