Category Archives: Writing Tips

Writing Blogs You Love, Writing Books You Hate

Nominate your favorite writing blog for an award, write a book you hate, and more advice for writers. Continue reading

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Get Help With the Writing Process

Getting your work written and into print can be a long, hard process. These articles can help you navigate the way. Continue reading

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Results Not Typical and Other Stories

What makes a writer bent on traditional publishing become self-published? Continue reading

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Voice, Accountability, and a Quiz

Advice on developing your voice, holding yourself accountable, and more. Continue reading

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Forget Everything Strunk & White Told You

What’s wrong with Strunk & White and what you should read instead. Continue reading

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Iceberg Ahead!: Understanding The Writing Process, Part 2

he writing process doesn’t start with writing; it starts with an idea. Find out how to take that idea all the way to publication. Part two of a series. Continue reading

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Iceberg Ahead! Understanding the Writing Process, Part 1

The writing process doesn’t start with writing; it starts with an idea. Find out how to take that idea all the way to publication. Part one of a series. Continue reading

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Author Meltdown? Pull a Charlie Sheen

I promised myself I wasn’t going to get sucked into Jacqueline Howett’s drama. I was going to ignore her and go about my business. But it’s like a car wreck: you just have to look. As long as I did, … Continue reading

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Writing Tip: Writing for the Web

Online, every word counts. Here’s how to ensure yours get read. Continue reading

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Should You Use “Refudiate”?

Should you refudiate refudiate? A look at NOAD’s Word of the Year. Continue reading

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