Written by shimiqua
Proof that a character doesn't have to be good in order to be likable.
Written by Jeff Hargett
Ten rules for writing that I try to follow.
Written by thewordsmith
After missing last Friday's update, I realized that taking breaks could be more of a curse than a blessing.
Written by sherahart
Followup to "Mistakes that make me put a book down" with advice and links to improve both writing and editing skills, including my critique group experience.
Written by Michelle Eging
After spending a few hours using Pinterest (and creating a stellar virtual art gallery and recipe board), reading articles about it, and filling my own boards, it occurred to me that this is more than a useful marketing tool, it is a great way to organize
Written by Nathan Bransford
Nathan Bransford offers a fantastic list of 10 things to keep in mind when critiquing another writer's work.
Written by Kevin Hiatt
For writers, one of the most vital pieces to our writing is to be able to build suspense and tension in our stories. When things are going good in our character's lives, the story is over. You've reached your 'Happily Ever'.
Written by David Powers King
If you enter a large room with a giant chandelier, don't be surprised if it comes down eventually. The bigger they are, the harder (and more thrilling) they fall.
Written by ...
A couple of days ago, my real-life friend, I’ve known for twenty years, surprised me by telling me he wrote a picture book. He then asked what he would have to do to get his book published.
Written by sydliyah
I recently discovered that the fantasies that I have been making up in my head for years, are actually pretty good stories. It turns out that I have been a writer all my life.
Written by Teri Harman
Despite the perils to your voice, reading all your writing out loud is one of the best editing tools. Here's why.
Written by karensandler
Although self-publishing is a viable option for writers these days, independent editors are a crucial part of the publishing process.