How To Strike A Balance Between Love and Your Love of Writing

By Donald EW Quist “Hurry up, we’ve got to walk Tofu,” my wife barks at me, holding up our dog as a reminder of my responsibility. “Just give me a second,” I whine. My fingers hover above the keyboard readily, waiting for something. “Donald, come on,” she says. We sigh deeply. Together, in unison, we […]

How To Get the Most Out of A Writing Critique

By Jennifer Blanchard As a writer, if you’re interested in making your writing better, you will, at some point, have to subject yourself to constructive criticism. At first, this can be very difficult. It’s hard to hear someone say critical things about the writing you spent so much time on and put your heart into. But […]

Some Tips For Hiring An Editor

By Jennifer Blanchard If you’ve been working on your writing for a while now, it may be time to consider hiring an editor. Although it may seem like an unnecessary “purchase,” an editor is actually pretty important. Yes, if you get picked up by a publishing company, they will have editors who will edit your […]

How To Stand Out From the Writing Crowd

By Joe Williams You have to figure, in the writing world, there are millions of people trying to do the same thing as you, because there are. That’s why standing out from the crowd is necessary. Getting noticed can do amazing things, including lead to more exciting opportunities. Through preparation, attention to detail and self-improvement, […]

Three Roadblocks to Writing Success

By Annabel Candy We all procrastinate from time to time, but writers and other creative types seem to be particularly susceptible to procrastination. I thought it would be interesting to look at the root causes of procrastination and see if that can help us get over it. Watch out for these three, they can seriously […]