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.

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…

The Unspoken Communication Between a Writer & Their Draft Novel #AmWriting #Writer #Writing — Colleen Chesebro ~ The Fairy Whisperer

The Unspoken Communication Between a Writer & Their Draft Novel

The 3 Step Guide to Amazing Blogging — The Art of Blogging

What do you do in a world inhabited by well over 200 million blogs? Why’s anyone going to read yours? Every niche, every topic, every angle has been covered. The competition for attention and traffic is fierce. But there’s still room for your blog…

Overcoming Common Obstacles To Become An Author — Nicholas C. Rossis

This is another freelance contribution by Sally Keys. You may remember her from her recent freelance contribution, How Creative Writing Can Boost Your Intelligence. Sally is a professional freelance writer with many years of experience in diverse areas. She made the move to freelancing…

How to Write Unique Themes — Helping Writers Become Authors

Here’s a mind-bender for you: the best story themes are both universal and unique. But how does that even work? How can you learn to how write unique themes that say something fresh and new—and yet are resonant to every person on the planet?…

WELCOME TO #RRBC #WritersConference & #Book Expo! #WCBE #RWISA

THIS YEAR’S EVENT WILL HELP YOU…
*Get inspired and get to writing more
*Market your work to avid readers
*Strengthen your writing skills even more and allow you to…
*Network with like-minded individuals who can aid you on your writing journey.

Why You Should Rewrite and Not Edit — A Writer’s Path

by Teagan Berry Congratulations. You’ve just finished a novel. You’ve taken some time to decompress and relax, away from the world of writing, but now you need to dive in and start getting your piece ready for publication. The first edit. That’s a term…

Theme MUST be the Foundation of Your Novel — SUSANNE LEIST

Found this enlightening!!   What are the hallmarks of an amateur novelist? This is a question I get all the time and, of course, there are many answers: poor pacing, flat dialogue, a lack of believable character development. All of these things are a…