For writers, reading is essential. But is it enough? Here's why you can't just read—you need to learn something new every single day.
Are you considering first-person narrative for your next project? Go no further until you read this post!
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Confused by abbreviations? This is your essential guide to getting them right.
***Are you ready for NaNoWriMo?*** It’s the question most asked this time of year, right before National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) that takes over the month of November every year. If this is your first time doing NaNoWriMo, don’t stress out too much about it. It’s a huge learning process where you’ll discover what’s most important for you to be able to produce content on a continual basis to move forward towards your end goal of 50,000 words in 30 days. The biggest lesson I’ve learned over the years is that it’s not so much about the end result. What you have at the end of 30 days will in no shape or form be a novel ready to print. Depending on your genre, novels can be 80,000 words and up. Just understand: you won’t be finished with it on November 30th.
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Some techies think they don't need to write. We disagree. Here's why.
Want to participate in NaNoWriMo this year? Awesome! Prepare with these tips.
What are the greatest fantasy novels of all time? Here's our list of the top 25.
Are ideas finite? What do writers do when they run out? If you're stuck, these tips can help.