5 Strategies for Dealing with Distractions

5 Strategies for Dealing with Distractions

Distractions have claimed hours from every writer. If you want to be prolific, you have to find a way past them. Here are some apps and strategies to supercharge your productivity.

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How to Write a Query Letter that Editors Can't Refuse

How to Write a Query Letter that Editors Can't Refuse

In this article, we'll discuss the differences between a query letter and a book proposal, the elements of successful query letters for both fiction and non-fiction manuscripts, and things not to include in a query letter.

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"It Must Be Nice:" The Biggest Lie of Success

"It Must Be Nice:" The Biggest Lie of Success

Successful writers seem to have the perfect lives, right? They get to write every day and get paid handsomely to do it. But behind the scenes, there are sacrifices and struggles that maybe you haven't considered. Here's why you can't put any writer's life on a pedestal.

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How to Read Like a Writer

How to Read Like a Writer

Great writers also tend to be great readers. Reading intentionally, rewriting what you read, and analyzing structure are just a few ways you can use your reading to support your writing. In this article, we look at some reading exercises you can use to develop your own writing style.

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10 Tips to Build a Writing Practice Discipline to Finish Your Novel

10 Tips to Build a Writing Practice Discipline to Finish Your Novel

Writers write. Writing a novel is not a one and done for the day game. It requires the discipline of consistency to complete the manuscript. The challenge of finding time confronts every writer who is not a full-time author. In this article, find out why building a personal writing discipline will help you complete your novel.

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How to Make a Living as a Full-Time Writer Using a Chromebook

How to Make a Living as a Full-Time Writer Using a Chromebook

Yes, a Chromebook can support a six-figure writing business. I should know ⁠–⁠ I've been doing it for years. Here's how.

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Finally Write Your Dream Book With The 100 Day Book Program

Finally Write Your Dream Book With The 100 Day Book Program

Writing a book is hard. Starting to write a book is even harder. The 100 Day Book Program is here to help you finally write the book you've always dreamed of.

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Infographic: Do Your Grandparents Read More Than You?

Infographic: Do Your Grandparents Read More Than You?

Reading books is an important part of life for many people. But have you wondered whether younger people are reading less than older age groups? What other differences are there in reading habits across generations? Find out in this new infographic from Best By The Numbers.

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The Rebel Author Podcast: How to Edit Your Own Writing with ProWritingAid

The Rebel Author Podcast: How to Edit Your Own Writing with ProWritingAid

Editing is integral to good writing. A good self-edit can take your book from good to great, so it's really worth doing. If you're wondering how to make the editing process go as smoothly as possible, you won't want to miss this episode of The Rebel Author Podcast with ProWritingAid!

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Telling the Story of Yourself: A Step-by-Step Guide to Personal Narratives

Telling the Story of Yourself: A Step-by-Step Guide to Personal Narratives

The human brain is wired for stories, particularly personal narratives. This article discusses what your personal narrative is and how to write it, as well as looking at distinguished examples.

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5 Tips for Surviving and Thriving as a Writer with Chronic Illness

5 Tips for Surviving and Thriving as a Writer with Chronic Illness

There's plenty of great writing advice out there, but much of it doesn't work for writers living with chronic illness and chronic pain. Here's how to make writing work for you.

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Why Journalling Became So Popular

Why Journalling Became So Popular

We’re the subject of our own lives. Instead of just getting by day to day, journaling allows us to explore our experiences and ourselves. Writing about what we know gives us the opportunity to grow as a person and as a writer. Here are some ideas to get you started.

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Writing Is the Best (and the Worst): How to Decide Whether or Not to Be a Pro Writer

Writing Is the Best (and the Worst): How to Decide Whether or Not to Be a Pro Writer

It's never been a better time to be a writer. But don't go into it blind. If you want a career as a writer, you need to know the pros and the cons to make an informed decision.

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Why You Need to Make Your Office Mobile

Why You Need to Make Your Office Mobile

Remote work can be great for your productivity, but it's important to get out of the home office and among the living. Here are some ways – even for introverts.

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How to Spend a Little Money and Accomplish Your Writing Goals

How to Spend a Little Money and Accomplish Your Writing Goals

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!

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