In this article, author and book marketing expert Nick Stephenson breaks down some of the major tasks you’ll need your author website to perform and how it all fits together to help support your best book launch yet (even if you’re a complete technophobe).
Jenna Moreci shows how she is using ProWritingAid to edit and how it helped her finish her book.
Fall in love with writing romance at ProWritingAid's FREE Romance Writers' Week.
Do you suffer from imposter syndrome when it comes to your writing? You're not alone! Many writers feel like they aren't good enough. In this article, we share tips for overcoming imposter syndrome as a writer.
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 the difference between analogies and metaphors? In this article, we explain each literary device and how to use them in your writing.
Is the structure of your book important? Certainly! You should pay attention to the structure of both your overall book and your individual chapters. In this article, we examine how to structure a book chapter effectively.
If you're writing a fantasy novel, you'll need to consider the magic system within your story's world. In this article, we look at how to build a realistic and engaging magic system from scratch.
Writers around the world use Joseph Campbell's hero's journey to plot and outline their work. Learn more about Campbell's work in this article.
Who here likes to play God? Do you enjoy making your characters dance like a puppet on a string? Or do you agonize over every twist of the screw you make that ratchets the tension? If you answered yes to the puppeteer role, you probably like writing in the third-person omniscient point of view.
Are you wondering how to develop great characters that readers will love? In this article, we break down character development into an easy, step-by-step process so you can create memorable characters and improve your writing.
When a speaker says one thing but means something else, that's verbal irony. In this article, we break down how to use verbal irony and give you examples to see how it's used in other works.
So you've finished a writing project. What comes next? In this article, we break down the revision process so you know how to improve your work. Follow these steps to take your writing from good to great!
Writers often use the words “editing” and “proofreading” interchangeably. In fact, they are completely unique and separate services provided by professionals to improve your writing. Learn the difference and how you can conduct your own self-edit and proofread in this article from professional editor, JoEllen Nordström.
Bestselling romance authors share mistakes that newbie romance authors should avoid when writing, marketing, and building their business.