Feel like your writing life lacks creativity? Feeling uninspired or burned out? Check out these creativity tips for writers, by a writer!
Some people say there’s no such thing as writer’s block. Those people are full of shit. Overcoming writer’s block isn’t easy, but it is possible.
What is synchronicity in writing? How can we cultivate it to craft more robust characters and enchanting stories? Let’s talk about it.
I love Scrivener, which is why I waited months to find an alternative after first noticing the program might actually be restricting my progress.
Looking for ideas on how to be more creative? Try the morning pages, part of “The Artist’s Way” by Julia Cameron.
Your creativity contract is a way to self-motivate, establish the terms and conditions of your creative recovery, and hold yourself accountable.
Writers of dystopia, fantasy, action, or any genre can learn a lot about world-building, characterization, and lore from these RPGs.
When writing is your day job, your side gig, and your hobby, you really feel the creative burnout. Let’s talk about how to tackle it.
Ever heard of a polyptoton? Know how to use epizeuxis in your writing? Here are just a few useful writing terms and devices to add to your ever-growing arsenal.
Pinterest is one of my favorite tools across the board (see what I did there?), especially for writing. Here’s how you can use Pinterest to plan your novel.