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.

How To Use Google Reverse Image Search To Your Advantage — Just Publishing Advice For Writers and Authors

Have you used Google reverse image search? When you use Google Image Search on desktop computers, have you noticed the small camera icon in the search bar? By clicking this icon, you can start using Google reverse image searching. Reverse image search works by…

5 Lessons From a Lost Novel — Helping Writers Become Authors

Mistakes are unavoidable. To fear them is to fear life itself. To try to eliminate them is to waste life in a futile struggle against reality itself. I daresay no one has more opportunities to learn these truths than does a writer. As writers,…

Marketing Advice Roundup: Best of the Last Year — Jane Friedman

A great roundup every author needs to read.   As one of the editors of the The Hot Sheet, produced in collaboration with journalist Porter Anderson, I regularly read and report on marketing trends that affect traditionally published and self-published writers. Today I’m sharing…

Writing Tips: 7 Steps For Beta Testing A Story Idea — The Creative Penn

A great article to help plan out a story! I will certainly be using Autumn’s examples.   Writing is simple, but it’s not easy. Sometimes you need a nudge to turn that blank page into something worth reading. In today’s article, Autumn Birt shares…

25 Sites Where You Can Download Superb Free Stock Images — Just Publishing Advice For Writers and Authors

You always need free images for your blog or social media sites Long gone are the days of using Google Image Search to find images to download. If you want photos for personal and commercial use, you need to make sure that the images…

When You Should Add Background to Your Story (and How Much) — A Writer’s Path

by Christopher Slater Just the other day I was watching a movie with my wife. I thought that the movie had potential, but I kept getting really confused during a good portion of it. Terminology, technology, concepts, and relationships that I didn’t understand or…

4 Ways to Choose a Better Theme for Your Book — Helping Writers Become Authors

I’ve missed Parts 1 to 19, but you can bet I’ll be reading them. Another great post by K. M. Weiland. Part 20 of The Do’s and Don’ts of Storytelling According to Marvel Writers often have a complicated relationship with theme. We love it….

Top Ten Things Not to Do on Social Media — Fiction Favorites

What a wonderful list of don’ts!! Great article John. I just had to share.   The inspiration for this post was another post by award-winning author Jan Sikes. Jan was wondering out loud whether or not we were all sharing too much on our…