I confess, as a freelance journalist and non-fiction freelance writer, if I followed the “write what you know” rule of writing, I would have written very little. Because I know very little. I had to bend the rule to “write what you learn.” I would… Read More »Guest Post: Write What You Know
Videos and podcasts may be great sources of advice, but it should come as no surprise that reading books is one of the best ways to improve your own writing. After all, where better to look for inspiration on how to write a novel or… Read More »Guest Post: 5 of the All-Time Best Books About Writing
Excuse me. Ladies and gentlemen, may I have your attention, please. If you would all just look over here for one moment I could…
Do you ever wonder where some authors come up with their amazing ideas? Sure, there is a skill to getting those ideas written down, but imagination and creativity play a large role in their development.
Whether you’re already a full-time writer looking to develop a healthier and more sustainable approach to your craft, or you’re hoping to take the plunge soon and quit your day job, some tried and true strategies can help you succeed.