Reblog: 7 Unproductive Tech Habits and How to Deal with Them by Make Your Biz Fizz

We all know bad tech habits can really damage our productivity, but do you know which you’re prone to? Resisting the urge to interact with the technology around us can be challenging. In consequence, it’s easy to pick up bad, unproductive tech habits without being aware of them. In the rest of […] 7 Unproductive Tech … Continue reading Reblog: 7 Unproductive Tech Habits and How to Deal with Them by Make Your Biz Fizz

Reblog: 7 Ways to Find Telling in Your Writing by First Edition Design Publishing

...I’ve since discovered that it’s almost impossible to see Telling in your own writing just by reading. The story you’re sharing is alive in your mind, playing like a movie, with every detail available to your brain, from the pink sky your characters stand under in your scene, to the low hum of traffic in the distance. … Continue reading Reblog: 7 Ways to Find Telling in Your Writing by First Edition Design Publishing

Resource: The 4 Phases of Editing: How to Revise a Novel by Savannah Gilbo

If you’re like most of the writers I work with, getting to the end of a first draft feels both exciting and terrifying at the same time. You’ve probably been working on this story for x-amount of months (or maybe even years!) and all you want is for the story you wrote to (eventually) match … Continue reading Resource: The 4 Phases of Editing: How to Revise a Novel by Savannah Gilbo

Reblog: 4 Reasons Why You MUST Wait Before Moving On Your Manuscript — A Writer’s Path

Rome wasn’t built in a day, you guys, and the plans weren’t drawn up that quickly either. Note how the header to this post says that you “must” wait before making any moves on your manuscript. Noted? Awesome. Because I used “must” for a reason. I didn’t say “should” or “it’s recommended” or anything […] 4 … Continue reading Reblog: 4 Reasons Why You MUST Wait Before Moving On Your Manuscript — A Writer’s Path

Reblog: Writing the End – Part 1 by Story Empire

However, the last delicious memory of our stories, the chocolate we leave on the reader’s pillow is the ending. We want them to savor our stories long after the glorious reading feast!  The way our tales end will have a significant impact on how readers remember them, and whether they’ll return for more or recommend … Continue reading Reblog: Writing the End – Part 1 by Story Empire

Reblog: 11 Surprisingly Productive Things to Do on Your Phone by Make Your Biz Fizz

What do you do with your downtime? If you’re like me, you pick up your phone and start doom-scrolling. But what does this subconscious habit achieve? Nothing, right? It certainly doesn’t add value to your life. Rather, it wastes time and becomes a mindless activity we engage in when bored. [...] 11 Surprisingly Productive Things … Continue reading Reblog: 11 Surprisingly Productive Things to Do on Your Phone by Make Your Biz Fizz

Reblog: Here’s What Happens When You Overcomplicate Sci-Fi and Fantasy by E. M. Sherwood Foster

Fantasy and science fiction as writing genres hold so many possibilities when it comes to creating a vibrant story (not that other genres don’t). I’m just saying that because both genres produce works that focus on worldbuilding and rich descriptions, writers’ minds go crazy with creating their own universes. It is definitely possible to go … Continue reading Reblog: Here’s What Happens When You Overcomplicate Sci-Fi and Fantasy by E. M. Sherwood Foster

Reblog: Being a Better Writer: Improving Your Writing Output by Unusual Things

So, if you want to improve your writing output, here’s some advice on how to do that. First, make a habit of writing daily. Establish for yourself a rhythm. A pattern. Maybe it’s writing every day of the week that’s a workday. Maybe it’s spending two hours of your Saturday writing at least a set amount … Continue reading Reblog: Being a Better Writer: Improving Your Writing Output by Unusual Things

Reblog: What Is Your Favorite Writing Tip? What Every Writer Should Know by The Chronicles of History

Writing requires practicing a skill in order to strengthen the ability into perfection just like anything else in life. The key to mastering such an art is not to give up! Our brains are in a constant state of learning and gaining experience. It takes time. Nobody starts off by being an excellent writer. […] … Continue reading Reblog: What Is Your Favorite Writing Tip? What Every Writer Should Know by The Chronicles of History