How your video game addiction can enhance your writing and plotting skills
Grief is not a linear, five-step process. It’s messy. It’s ugly. It’s devastating. Writing won’t help you make sense of it. Writing won’t make it go away. But even if you’re not a writer by trade, writing can help patch up your broken heart.
Are you a “slow” writer who struggles to write once a week, let alone every day? Do you like GIFs of cute dogs? Then you’ve come to the right place.
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.
Depression can wreck your writing life — but there are a few ways you can reclaim your creativity even if you can’t write.
Whether you’re writing flash fiction, short stories, or a novel, you need to let your story rest. Take it from me: this is one of the most important self-editing tips you’ll ever learn.
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.