Writing is both hard and easy. It requires on-going training of the mind, so it gets easier every single time. Discover how to find the state of flow and stay there for as long as possible.
Nothing can be more intimidating to a writer than the blank page. In this article, we examine how to love writing, even when it feels impossible.
Filler words are words without a purpose. Here's how to identify and eliminate them in your writing.
Should you spend all day writing? Or should you structure your time? Author Kathy Edens examines the benefits of limiting your writing time.
“The Coop” is more than just a Medium publication — it’s a community. And it’s growing. The motto of The Writing Cooperative is, “Helping each other write better”. This phrase ultimately guides all that we do.
How do you write a story that moves your readers?
How do you craft a character that everyone loves to love or loves to hate? In this article, author Kathy Edens examines the characteristics you should give your characters depending on the audience reaction you're seeking.
Are you a new writer? Discover why planning speeds up your writing time, and check out these steps for planning your novel.
We’re covering one of the most challenging genres to read and write: dystopian. What happens to our world when everything goes wrong? Speculating about the future, which usually has turned for the worse, creates some of the most dysfunctional dystopian worlds that stick in our memory for years. In this article, we examine our top dystopian picks.