The February 2021 edition of the Writing Resource Round-up features some awesome Black authors and romance writing resources.
The Writing Resource round-up series provides bloggers and authors with valuable content to optimize their writing and marketing strategies.
Welcome to month two of our Writing Resource Round-up! This series promotes small-to-medium writing blogs, social media accounts, courses, and more.
We use literary devices in everyday speech all the time. Let’s take a look at a few literary terms you can use to improve your writing.
My first Writing Resource Round-up features BIPOC creators. This series supports small writing blogs and social media accounts.
I review my goals, progress, and NaNoWriMo rewards system and share insights on how to boost productivity during NaNoWriMo.
Looking for ideas on how to be more creative? Try the morning pages, part of “The Artist’s Way” by Julia Cameron.
Like physical exercises, writing exercises are only meant to make you stronger.
One of my favorite dialogue writing tips is a simple one: take out your headphones while in public. Being present is crucial for writing well.
I got myself into thousands of dollars of debt to learn this stuff, and now I’m sharing it with you for free.