August 1, 2016
first-time authors

Uncomplicated Advice for First-Time Authors

First-time authors have a lot on their plate. So, if you’ve just finished your first novella, short story collection, or novel, and you’re ready to shop […]
July 24, 2016
end procrastination

End Procrastination and Write On!

Want an easy way to end procrastination? Writers are prone to getting behind on their writing due to distractions such as social media, their BuzzFeed addiction, or […]
July 17, 2016
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Free Writing Infographic: Ten Commandments of Writing

I love infographics. I especially love infographics about writing. And there’s nothing better than free writing infographics! Yes, the “F” word — the one I use […]
July 10, 2016
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How to Write Faster Using Deadlines

Everyone wants to write faster, and with good reason. Learning to speed up your writing can help you by: Getting ideas out while they’re fresh. Keeping several […]
July 3, 2016
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How to Handle Rejection (for Writers)

The sooner you create a plan for how to handle rejection, the more successful you’ll be, no matter what type of career or life goal you’re pursuing. Luckily, you’re […]
June 27, 2016

Revolutionary Word Count App for Writers

Using word count is a great way to track your writing progress and stay on top of your writing goals. It’s a lot easier to write that novel […]
June 20, 2016
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Nix Word Count Woes with a Morning Dump

Word count — if you’ve ever written an article for pay or a sweeping work of epic fiction, you’re probably obsessed with them. In fact, if you’re […]
June 12, 2016
indie book of the month

Indie-Book-of-the-Month: Dreaming at the Top of My Lungs

June’s indie book-of-the-month, Dreaming at the Top of My Lungs, was written by Israel Finn, a horror, dark fantasy, and speculative fiction writer and a winner of the […]
June 5, 2016
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The Writing Process Every Writer Needs

Writers are always searching for the perfect writing process. Some authors tell you follow one method or another; others swear there’s no need to follow any process at all. If […]