There are a lot of great apps for writers out there that can help your creative process. Here are a few we've found that may help you write even better.
Can’t find your keyboard on your desk? 10 organization tips to help you control the clutter in a home office.
If you work from home, you know that keeping a home office organized can be difficult. Check out this list of organizational tools for a home office that can help you keep that mess in check!
Are you struggling to craft the perfect hero or heroine? Or are you almost there but need a little help to flesh out the character and make him or her real? Check out these ideas!
Here are some common writing mistakes new authors make when first starting out—and many of these mistakes are made by experienced authors too!
Are you trying to create some New Year's resolutions that will help you grow as an author and sell more books? Check out some of these ideas!
Enjoy these Christmas quotes to help get you in the holiday spirit!
As a writer, you sit at a desk for long periods of time. A standing desk may be just the helpful tool you need to stay fit and get ahead.
Do you ever sit down at your computer, then promptly get distracted from writing? Maybe some of these writing distractions sound familiar? Next time you run into these distractions, try one of our tips!
As Thanksgiving approaches, we think about what we're grateful for. Here is our list of 18 things authors are grateful for.
Families don’t get in the way of your writing; they just complicate it. Here are a few ways to write and include your family in the process in order to juggle writing while raising a family.
There should be a more inspired solution to overcome writer’s block than banging your head against a keyboard. There is no one fix-all, but we’ll talk about some ways you can bring that spark back.
Your own life and personal experiences can be great inspiration for your novels. Here are some tips to help you turn your personal experiences into a novel.
To write believable, realistic characters, you first need to know them. Here are some questions you can "ask" the main characters in your books to get to know them better!
With an outline, you can easily get your book started, identify plot holes, cut out fluff, and reduce writer’s block. Check out these steps for creating a book outline.
Inspiration for your next book can be one of the hardest things to find. But you don't have to wait for your muse to hit you over the head with a bestselling idea. Here are some ideas to help you actively search for your next story.
Digital screens expose us to more blue light than we need and can increase eye strain and mess with the sleep cycle. Luckily, there are blue light filters for that!
You’ve tried everything you can think of to overcome those writing blues, including locking yourself in a dark closet with nothing but your laptop and a granola bar. But have you tried these ideas?
Are you setting up a new writing space? Or interested in shaking things up and writing in a new location? Check out these writing nooks to get inspired!