How Not To Be “That” Writer

There are some types of writers that others just want to avoid at all costs. To help you make sure you aren't one of them, here's a list of 5 things you want to avoid doing as a writer. Let's get started! #1: Don't Stick Your Chest Out You don't want to put down other... Continue Reading →

Should Writers Use the Internet?

A lot of writers swear against having internet connection at all when writing, but personally, I'm all for it. Should you use the internet while you write? These are my 3 reasons fr using it, so hopefully they'll help you decide. #1: Music I love listening to music when I write, and Youtube makes it... Continue Reading →

5 Tips For Writing the Past

Last week I talked about the future, so I figured that it's only natural to talk about the past this week. These are my five most important tips for writing the past, so let's get started! #1: Do Make The Speech Robotic I notice this a lot¬†in historical fiction, and it really takes away from... Continue Reading →

5 Tips For Writing the Future

Writing stories set in the future can be complicated, and you have to make sure you've done enough world-building. My novel,¬†Outliers, (to be published this summer) is set a couple hundred years in the future, and a lot of the books I read are set in the near or distant future, so I was especially... Continue Reading →

Opening Your Editorial Letter

Deep breathes. It's all going to be okay. If you've got that editorial letter sitting in your inbox, just remain calm, and read these tips for opening it. Before You Open It The most important thing to remember is that this is all about improving your story. The hardships of editing are the sacrifice you... Continue Reading →

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