What kind of writer are you?
Discovering your writing style will highlight your unique strengths and talents. You'll learn what writing style best works for you and your project so you can finish your draft. You can use your personalized results to beat writer's block once and for all!
How to Write The "Aha" Moment (The Most Important Part of Your Story)
What's the most important part of your story? The aha moment, of course! Today we're studying what makes this moment so emotional and memorable.
Writing True Stories - Elsie Road Magazine
A review of the movie True Story and how every nonfiction writer has to deal with telling the truth and sticking to the facts when writing true stories.
Why Triangles Are the Secret to Writing Killer Scenes Every Time
Have you ever noticed that one area of plot tends to get neglected? If you browse writing blogs on a regular basis, you’re probably familiar with multiple strategies for structuring a plot, such as the Three Act, Snowflake, Save the Cat, or Hero’s Journey templates. But advice on structuring individ
Real Talk About Finding More Time to Write - Rhonda Douglas
"I just wish I had more time to write." If you've ever said that to yourself, you're not alone. When the world seems to work against us, how can we find more time to write? Here are 3 Action Tips to help you find more writing time today.
How to Write Short Stories - A Holly Lisle Class Review
Do You Want To Write Short Stories? Holly Lisle's New Writing Class: How To Write Short Stories Will Help Get You There. Write For Love And Money.
I bet you've never tried free writing like this before - Paper Raven Books
Free writing pushes your brain to think longer, deeper, and more unconventionally than it normally would.
How to Create a Nonfiction Book Outline — Michelle Cornish - Author
This might sound a little crazy, but when I was in high school and university, I loved to make outlines. It was the stuff that came after the outline that I always had trouble with. But, because I had a detailed outline I could refer to, the writing was a lot easier than it would have been without an outline. I've created countless outlines whether they were for essays, short answer questions, or a formal presentation. I’ve even created mini-outlines when I wrote exams to help me stay…
The 4 Keys to Writing Heart-Stopping Romantic Chemistry - Lindsay Elizabeth
Chemistry is the magic that takes a relationship from "meh" to magnetic. Follow these four keys to creating romantic chemistry that'll keep readers hooked.