writing tips

A troll who mocked the Harry Potter author's offer of writing tips got some caustic counseling.
Establishing a platform proves to agents and editors that you are a) a rising star and b) that you have an established audience
With that being said how serious are you about your writing? Is this something you're doing for the love of money instead
How many articles (essays/blog posts/chapters) did you write over the year? Does the monthly average vary much? Rank clients
You can learn more about William at williamkenower.com. I would go on to meet more readers and sell books and speak to larger
So often in writing, we get pulled by the words or by the characters or some other exciting part of the process. However, the reason readers are going to keep coming back to pick that book up again is for the actual story, the drama and the high stakes to get to the end.
Once I knew that, Nina Popkin showed up in my head, and I slowly, over time, started to learn more things about her. This
I've found that there are 3 common myths about writing that are, frankly, BS. I used to believe these, and I wonder if you
"A man is literally what he thinks, his character being the complete sum of all his thoughts." -- James Allen (As Man Thinketh
A lot of writers worry about the future because no one knows how well the next book will sell. Keep your eyes on the page. That's where all your opportunities wait, where all your happiness and interest and pleasure waits.
Since a good bit of your life [and grade!] will rely on essay writing, you may as well hone your skills early so you can shock your professors and continue to improve your grade.
In case you missed it, there was a Presidential debate recently where one candidate warned that the coming election was rigged
Years ago I read the Goethe quote, "The worst thing one can do is to think ill of oneself." It seemed true enough to me at the time -- I certainly thought ill of myself now and again and it never led to any good. But Goethe didn't say thinking ill of oneself was one of the worst things you could do; he said it was the worst thing you could do.
However many people end up reading our work, each individual person will have their own relationship with what we have written. Some will love what we write, some will be indifferent and some will flat out hate it.
Over the past month, I was honored to chat with Ethan Sawyer, the College Essay Guy. Sometimes, if we are lucky, someone comes along who we instinctively know is an authentic, good person.
Answer by Barbara Claypole White, bestselling author, OCD advocate, and guiding scribe of WFWA, on Quora. Loving someone
Until you have found your voice, no matter how diligently you study craft, writing will remain frustratingly unknowable, the blank page a moving target you come to fear and resent.
I write to contract, which means I hear the constant clang of the deadline bell. Add in a high-maintenance family, which
When you write something, no matter how many times the idea has been conveyed, it is unique because YOU are unique. No one will a write something exactly as you do. And we need every last version, every individual nuance, every voice.
When I first started out as an Event Planner I wanted to have a place where I can share some tips and recipes that I would