Make 2017 your best writing year yet with our list of the best writing websites. Enjoy! ❤ Source: 100 Best Writing Websites: 2017 Edition
One way to PROTEST the political climate in America is to write! Check out this opportunity outlined below: (share this information - it's what empathic writers need now). ❤ "For the coming issue, we are most interested in fairy tales that challenge the current political climate, fairy tales that resist outdated norms or binaries, … Continue reading » Fairy Tale Review: Accepting Submissions
November has faded and become a dull memory, and it's already December 2016. How did the days disappear so quickly? Just so you know, I did not complete NaNoWritMo. The last couple of weeks, Ron and I have been ill with some strange virus. Many of those days I could not function, let alone write. … Continue reading How Can It Be December?
I love Anne R. Allen's blog. I learn something new every time I visit. This is an excellent piece about bad writing advice. Check it out. Just click on the highlighted link below. ❤ Stupid Writing Rules: 12 dumb things new writers tell each other. Ignore this bad advice from misinformed people in critique groups. Source: … Continue reading Stupid Writing Rules: 12 Dumb Things New Writers Tell Each Other
I am working on book 2 myself, although I think I have a clue. No matter... if you don't have a clue how to write a book, check out this great post from Goins, Writer. Excellent tips. Just click the highlighted link at the bottom of this share. ❤ I’m about 20% into my … Continue reading How to Begin Writing a Novel When You Don’t Know What to Do
Check out this excellent reminder that we all have doubts about our writing at times... they get busy and get writing! ❤ Click the link below to read more. We all have doubts. In an article I wrote some years ago, I mentioned one reason writers might feel self-doubt more than others. Everyone experiences self-doubt … Continue reading How to Write With Authority Even If You Have Doubts
Authors Publish shares some great places to get your work published. Click the link below to find out where and how. ❤ HAPPY HALLOWEEN! In my experience, the benefits can be greater than publishing in a well-established journal. When a literary journal is new the editors tend to be a lot more passionate. I have … Continue reading » Ten Wonderful New Literary Journals
Are you stuck in EDITING HELL? If so, here are a few tricks I've learned from the last two months of edits on my novel. Use a thesaurus. I have been using thesaurus.com. Try Gingersoftware.com. There is a free version that helps you reword some of your sentences. Don't be afraid to add or change … Continue reading At the Heart of Your Writing – Editing
I like to think that I am a work in progress when it comes to my writing. I haven't gotten paid for anything I've written (yet) but I am going to keep working on perfecting my craft. Don't get downhearted... read this and keep writing and learning. ❤ Click the highlighted link at the bottom … Continue reading » Writing Is My Job.
It's Ronovan again. Yep, my week to host the challenge. First of all make sure to visit last weeks comments for all those who participated in the Autumn theme. This week I chose 'UNITY' as the theme. Make sure to put a link to your entry this week in the comments section. You can also … Continue reading #WQWWC – Writers Quote Wednesday Writing Challenge – “Unity”