You can be a writer without being a starving artist. In fact, plenty of writers make a healthy living from their craft. Some even crest six figures. Find out how to break into the corporate world using what you already know and love: writing.
Writing and scheduling tools for social media let you do more in less time. Learn how to quickly write and schedule posts to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other social networks.
Has your blog gone a bit dormant? Want to wake it up? Read our complete guide and learn how to relaunch your blog right!
You don't need to have a lot of money to invest in your writing career. Spend a few dollars wisely and crush your goals!
Are you ready to boost your writing productivity? Check out these eight productivity-boosting Chrome extensions for writers. Make Chrome work for you with these writing tools!
Apple Books for Authors focuses on helping self-published authors get their books up on Apple's book store. But does it offer any value for writers, or is it just an ad for Apple's services?
Learn how to use technology to make your writing workflow more efficient, organized, and painless.
What are some of the best Facebook groups for writers? Here's our top 10 list.
Fictionary is your story editor who makes sure you don’t have gaping plot holes and character snafus. ProWritingAid is your copyeditor who makes your manuscript shine.
Looking for a new tool to help you with your story plotting and productivity? Check out the pros and cons of "Save the Cat!" story structure software.
How does ProWritingAid stack up against online editing tool AutoCrit? We've carried out direct comparisons according to a number of criteria. Spoiler alert: ProWritingAid offers more levels of writing analysis than AutoCrit and costs less!
We have collected ten of the best websites for writing productivity, plotting, and more. Find your next favorite writing resource here.
People’s attention spans are getting shorter and a huge portion of the population identify themselves as visual learners. In this environment, using infographics can be the perfect way to get your point across. Infographics allow you to compress information in an engaging way, bringing numbers and statistics to life. But they rely on a good balance of graphics and content, and that’s not always easy to achieve. Here are seven online tools to make fast and easy infographics that quickly engage your audience’s senses.
This month we look at The Novel Factory, a writing app that will appeal to all the planners out there. The app walks you through 16 highly-detailed steps that include: defining your basic premise; setting out your plot points; fleshing out your characters; building your world; generating scenes; weaving your plot details together; and so much more. It even takes you through the submission process. What makes this program so incredibly useful is that you learn about the process of writing a novel as you go.
Inspiration is everywhere – if you can capture it. Carrying a notebook can be a powerful way to keep inspiration handy. Here's why.