3 Ways to Carve More Freedom Into Your Writing Plan

“To enjoy freedom…we have to control ourselves.” Virginia Woolf wrote this in an article titled “How Should One Read a Book”, which was published in The Common Reader

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Great idea, but no clue how to start? Here are 8 Tips for Writing About the Unfamiliar

From Guest Blogger Lucas Cappel| In a perfect world, writers would always get the chance to write about topics that they are knowledgeable and fascinated with. But it

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Classic Novelists vs. Modern Novelists: What can we learn from the greats?

From Guest Blogger Amanda Johnson| Oscar Wilde, Charles Dickens, Charlotte Bronte were some of the greatest novelists of all times. We all admire stories they brought to life.

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Coincidences. Are you using them in your story?

From Guest Blogger Stephanie Heijkoop| Your job as a writer is to enthrall the reader so much that they forget that you’re pulling the strings. You want to

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Ways of Sharpening Your Writing Skills as a Part-Time Writer

From Guest Blogger Ellen Royce| Sharp writing skills come from continuous practicing and commitment. Nobody is born an excellent writer but with hard work and determination, anybody can

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Inspiration 101: How to keep your author-self inspired and writing

From Guest Blogger Anna Ryan| Sometimes, when you perch yourself at your desk, open a blank word document and stare at it for an hour with no fantastic,

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11 Marketing Tips to Get More Eyes on Your Blog or Author Website

From Guest Blogger Donald Fomby | What is the purpose of your writer's blog or author website? Hopefully, it is to craft amazing posts that people want to

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The Search for Inspiration

From Guest Blogger, Lily Kaligian: Inspiration is always one of the hardest things for a writer to find. Even if you have it, it can often slip through

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6 Writing Exercises to Help You Start and Finish Your Novel

From Guest Blogger Arielle Contreras: When you work on something you love, you never really work a day. Or at least, that’s some variation of the famous quote.

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How Reading Makes You Smarter, Healthier, and Happier

From Global English Editing: Good news for booklovers: your reading habit will help you live a longer, healthier, happier life. How? Here’s one example: Studies have demonstrated that

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