Are you looking for good ideas for a gratitude list? Or just want a gratitude pick-me-up? Read on for a list of what we and some of the authors we spoke to are grateful for.
Writing is a journey and there are always ways to improve, which ultimately means more sales. Here are 6 tips for becoming a better writer.
Is your plot slowing down? Maybe you need a horse, dog, or cat to liven things up. Animals can play a large role in your next book. Here are a few ways you can use animals to enrich your fiction.
Are you experiencing writer's block? Here are 13 novel ideas that will inspire you to write!
Do you like to listen to music before or while you write? Here are 3 music apps that you may want to try if you like to listen to music before or during writing.
If you want to have fun with your friends and family but still flex those creative muscles, here are some fun writing games for authors.
A map can bring your science fiction or fantasy novel to life for your readers and help you stay on track when writing. Here are a few map-making software programs we think you'll like.
Here are some easy tips for writing a book that you may not have heard before.
We’ve discovered a few sites and apps for writers that we think you’ll love too! These helpful tools for writers can make writing easier and can help organize your writing life.
If you're looking to join a writing group, these tips will help you find the right one for you.
Are you thinking about joining a writing group? Here are some pros and cons to help you make your decision.
Writers often break point of view, which confuses the reader and disconnects them from the story. Here are 5 tips for keeping a consistent point of view.
If you’re thinking about making writing your profession, there are so many options to choose from that there’s no surprise many people can’t decide what type of writer to be. Here are 10 signs that will help you decide what type of writer you are.
Excel and other simple, often free, computer programs can be valuable tools for crafting a story. Learn how to use these programs to keep track of additional information in your novel and create a story that exists beyond the page.
Novels are often written in past tense, but writing in a consistent tense can be tricky. Here are some tips for writing a novel in past tense.
Parallel structure is needed to make sentences readable, and using it will make your writing better. Here is a quick rundown on parallel structure and how to use it.
I am a writer with a day job. Writing takes priority, but the bills are just as important. What I’ve learned so far is this: balance and prioritizing are key.
A fractured fairy tale takes the familiar story—and turns it on its ear. Writing a fractured fairy tale is a great way to give your muse a jump start. Practice today with these five tips.
Becoming a good writer is a process that is continually developed, and the skill requires constant practice and study. In this post, I’ll be taking a look at the essential books that will make you a better writer.