Practice Writing Anyone who loves creative writing and wants to write well can tell you that it’s hard work. But like anything worth doing, the more you practice, the easier it gets.
Complex Scope of Writing a Novel To write a novel well is a huge task, incorporating character, theme, voice and much more. Here’s how to conquer the intimidation and accompanying writer’s block.
Write What You Know John Grisham, Dick Francis, Jeff Stone and Sara Gruen are great examples for aspiring writers to “write what you know.”
Create a Writer’s Retreat Can’t afford a writer’s retreat? It’s easy to create your own.
Analyze Books to Write Well Analyzing a book to find techniques that work requires more than just enjoying the story. Here are tips to find real-life applications of all the advice for writers.
Fast Writing National Novel Writing Month and Book in a Week programs push writers fast. How do they work? Can writers produce anything good when the focus is quantity, not quality?
Lessons Learned From NaNoWriMo National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) is insane – write a 50,000 word novel in 30 days. Why would any serious novelist want to do it?