Category: Resources for Writers

Here is where I share the resources for writers. From bloggers everywhere, see what they share to help and inspire writing. Everyone needs help sometimes.

The Four Essential Elements You Need To Sell Books On Amazon — by Just Publishing Advice For Writers and Authors

Have you written a book you want to sell? You have? Well, you are probably very excited about the prospect of becoming a published author, and rightly so. But before you jump into self-publishing your book, sit back and take a deep breath. You…

When Your Query Reveals a Story-Level Problem — by Jane Friedman

Today’s guest post is by author and editor Susan DeFreitas (@manzanitafire). As a freelance editor and book coach, I help my clients with all kinds of tough tasks, from untangling plot problems to finding ways to cut 60,000+ words from an already polished manuscript….

Writing Tips For Great Scenes — K.M. Allan

Writing made easier by K. M. Allan. Her ideas are spot on. See for yourselves…   If the thought of writing a novel freaks you out, first, know you’re not alone. Second, this seemingly huge task is not as overwhelming as you think it…

3 Tips For Being an Effective Writer — A Writer’s Path

I’ve been guilty of at least two of the excuses mentioned here…see if you have as well.   by R.J.Harrigan Being a writer is one of the hardest but most rewarding passions to pursue. Unless you’re thinking monetary rewards in which case, be a…

20 Common Grammar Mistakes And Grammatical Errors To Avoid — Just Publishing Advice For Writers and Authors

A small refresher goes a long way….Hope these help…   A quick refresher on the most common grammatical mistakes we all make Every writer tries to write without making errors. Readers are quick to notice grammar or spelling mistakes in any form of writing….

10 Advantages of Writing a Single-POV Story (What I Learned Writing Wayfarer) — Helping Writers Become Authors

How many POV’s do you write in? The most I have done is two….   Multiple-POV story versus single-POV story? Which is the right choice for you? The answer depends on many factors, since every story is different. Knowing which approach to POV to…

7 Tips for Writing Fantasy — by Nicholas C. Rossis

  As always, Nicholas shares great tips to help in writing fantasy…   Reedsy recently published some great tips for fantasy authors–tips which can be easily applied to any fiction writing. Here is my summary of a selection of these tips. 1. Identify your…

How to Grow an Email Newsletter Starting from Zero — Jane Friedman

Jane shares Christine’s excellent advice on building an email newsletter from scratch…   Today’s guest post is by Christina McDonald (@Christinamac79), author of The Night Olivia Fell. An email list is your secret weapon for selling books—it is a direct connection to your reader….