This is not my work nor is it’s writer associated with my site. I just think it is brilliant information that needed to be shared. I hope you enjoy and visit The Atlantic for more great stories like this one. Original Story Posted onThe Atlantic By: PETER OSNOS A look back at an age of old retail … Continue reading How Book Publishing Has Changed Since 1984
This is not my work nor is it's writer associated with my site. I just think it is brilliant information that needed to be shared. I hope you enjoy and visit INC for more great stories like this one. Original Story Posted on INC. By Jeff Haden Contributing editor, Inc.@jeff_haden Work hard. Work smart. And think … Continue reading 7 Things You Must Quit Doing to Be More Productive This Year
Throughout the day sometimes it can become hard to find time to write. As I started thinking about this post. It made me realize that many people have a hard time just finding a moment for themselves. It's important to have time to yourself if for nothing but self-reflection. We spend and set aside time for … Continue reading #AirplaneMode = Me Time
I was browsing the internet and came across this article. It immediately grabbed my attention for a couple reasons. The first would be that choppy prose is a mistake i used to make. The second would be I knew the article had to be written by a writer because only writers use the word "prose." … Continue reading Most Common #WritingMistakes: Choppy Prose
This article is by K.M. Weiland. “Plot vs. character”—we hear it all the time, as if the two were mutually exclusive. Either your book is plot-driven or character-driven. Can’t possibly be both, right? And anytime we run afoul of an either/or conundrum, you gotta know people are going to start believing one or the other … Continue reading Plot vs. Character: Which is more important?
If your goal is to become a writer, then you should never want to stop writing. I took time off my site when I enrolled in my Masters of English and Creative Writing program. I have reached my halfway point and am really excited to make writing my full-time career. I am happy to say … Continue reading #KeepWriting No Matter What