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.

Things I Ask My Characters — from A Writer’s Path

Samantha’s article adds another layer to fleshing out a character. Read what she has to say below: by Samantha Fenton It’s important to grasp the whole of any character you’re writing. You, as the author, should know your characters better than anyone — even…

50 Young Adult Plot Ideas and Writing Prompts — by Bryn Donovan

The thing I love about Bryn’s lists is that there is always something to draw from. Here she lists some great young adult plot ideas. See her article below:   I love thinking about plot ideas and idea starters for novels, short stories, and…

How to Choose Your Story’s Plot Points — Helping Writers Become Authors

You’ve got a story, and you’ve got characters who are doing stuff in that story. That means you’ve got a plot. But how do you know if you’ve got your characters doing the right stuff at the right time? At first glance, this seems…

How to Write Blog Posts that Your Readers Will Love — The Art of Blogging

Great article by CRISTIAN MIHAI     Would you like to become a better blogger? Would you like to create blog posts that people will remember, comment on, and share? Silly questions, right? Of course you’d like that. But… how? Do no worry, for I…

Writing Tips: 7 Ways To Turbo-Charge Your Writing With Dramatic Techniques — The Creative Penn

  Another great article by Joanna Penn .    I’ve been listening to a lot of full-cast audio dramas recently, as well as recording some of my own fiction in audio format, and it’s clear how much more active the writing needs to be when…

Self-Publishing: Expectations vs Reality For New Authors — Just Publishing Advice For Writers and Authors

Self-publishing is a great opportunity – if you have a head for business Are you dreaming of becoming the next bestselling author? For anyone who writes, it is natural to want your hard work to reap the rewards you believe it deserves. Self-publishing today…

7 Tips For Writing Horror Stories — The Creative Penn

The word horror encompasses a broad range of reader expectations and experiences – it is far more than just blood and guts. For example, I love reading horror but I don’t watch horror movies. I don’t read gore-fest-style horror, but I love supernatural stories….

21 Inspirational Quotes for Writers — A Writer’s Path

by ARHuelsenbeck From some of the greatest minds of literature: via 21 Inspirational Quotes for Writers — A Writer’s Path