If you once loved writing but are no longer sure you like it, don’t walk away yet. Use these tips to reignite the spark, see your work in a new light, and fall in love with writing all over again.
Six critique-free ways to add the buddy system to your writing process (plus one bonus variation).
Spring is a season of growth, change, and possibility. What better time to refresh your creative process?
Love it or loathe it, the season of giving is upon us. However you feel about white elephant exchanges or using “gift” as a verb, now is the perfect time to present yourself – and your writing – with a few generous gifts to bring more sparkle and joy to your creative process throughout the year to come.
Sometimes, there really is no place like home – especially when it comes to writing stories that go bump in the night.
The art of not writing is a key tool for writers. Here’s how and when to use it.
Ready to revise? Begin with these questions.
Jealous thoughts invading your brain? Show that green-eyed monster to the door.
Employ these best practices when you don an editorial cap.
A young adult novelist uncovers the truth she never meant to write.
Don’t be distracted by lofty goals and ambitious dreams. Set attainable objectives for yourself and begin accomplishing more.
Instead of staring at a blank screen, get distracted.
Make sure your story gets two paws up.