Tag: resources for writers

Know Your Strengths as a Writer — From: A Writer’s Path

by John Briggs Want to use your writing strengths to reach your readers? My two greatest strengths as a writer are: I can make you think and I can make you laugh. Sometimes I can do both at the same time. Oh, I’ve been…

Author Mindset: How To Love Self-Editing — by The Creative Penn

  Self-editing can be painstaking and difficult for authors, but it’s a critical part of the writing process. It helps us improve our craft, while also providing a cleaner manuscript for a developmental or copy editor, which saves us money. Here are tips on…

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…

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…