Category: Resources for Writers

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What Do You Think Are the Most Popular Genres? — from A Writer’s Path

Something to think about when we’re writing. (Not that it will change the genre I write in) Read Jean’s stats below: by Jean M. Cogdell Is your genre one of the top percenters? I hadn’t given this much thought, until reading a great article on Medium by Erica Verrillo from the Writing Cooperative. And boy howdy, the stats were eye-opening. Erica gives stats on … Read More What Do You Think Are the Most Popular Genres? — from A Writer’s Path

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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 the readers. An author notices every quirk, step, and glance a character ever makes. After all, the author is the … Read More Things I Ask My Characters — from A Writer’s Path

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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 other fiction. I’ve already done lists of master plots and writing prompts for fantasy, romance, science fiction, mystery, and horror (or … Read More 50 Young Adult Plot Ideas and Writing Prompts — by Bryn Donovan

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Five Super-Easy Steps to Better Blogging — The Art of Blogging

Every step is to the point. Great article once again! Be honest. Are you where you want to be as a blogger? Are your articles getting shared and discussed and linked to? If your posts aren’t getting the traction you want, you might trick yourself into thinking you’re not a good enough blogger. But the truth is, anyone can follow a few simple steps … Read More Five Super-Easy Steps to Better Blogging — The Art of Blogging

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How to Connect With Your Readers — A Writer’s Path

Great article by Meg Dowell… by Meg Dowell The writer-reader connection is delicate. Possibly one of the biggest challenges new writers face is figuring out how to create a bond between themselves and people they may never meet face-to-face. How do you connect with someone in such a way that they feel you’re speaking only to them? How […] via How to Connect With Your … Read More How to Connect With Your Readers — A Writer’s Path