Should you use a comma before "such as"? We explain how to correctly punctuate a sentence using "such as" in this article.
Do you want to write but aren't sure where to start? In this post, we offer tips for finding writing inspiration... even if you feel lost!
Do you know what "OFC" means? In text-messaging, "OFC" typically stands for "of course" (or "of f*cking course"). In writing, "OFC" can also stand for "original female character." Learn the meaning of OFC here.
"Everyday" is an adjective used to describe something ordinary or usual. "Every day" is a phrase that means "each day." Here's how to correctly use "everyday" vs "every day."
Unsure whether you should use ProWritingAid or Hemingway? Compare price, features, and usability of the two writing apps in this article.
Character development is all about drawing readers' attention to the right details at the right time—and that's only the beginning! In this article, author Kyle Massa explains how voice, physical description, and backstory can bring your characters to life.
Bored of bullet points? Here are 3 more interesting ways to outline your novel. Whether you prefer pen and paper or a screen, you'll find a method that suits your writing style.
As writers, we often begin by imitating the work of our predecessors. How do we go from that stage to the next, when we discover our unique voices as writers? This article should get you started.
Is your writing risky enough? Or maybe too risky? Either way, let's examine some reasons you may (or may not) want to take some risks with your work.
Short stories aren't quite as easy to sell as novels. Do you have a story you're fond of, yet you're unsure how to use it? If so, this article is for you.
Author Kyle Massa shares five things to consider when you start recording your own audiobooks. Spoiler alert: it's not as difficult as you'd think!
From Le Guin to King, many writers have weighed in on writing itself. Here are some fantastic books that will help make your work even better.
Writing isn't all fun all the time. Rejection, obscurity, disappointment, criticism—we'll encounter them all. Next time you do, I hope this article helps you.
Are you a fantasy writer looking to find a larger audience? Try submitting your work to these writing contests!
Every published author, no matter how good they are, gets a bad review every once in a while. They can hurt, but here's how you can feel better about them.