07 Wednesday May, 2014

6 Unlikely Places to Write and Find Inspiration

  As a writer, you know how important setting is to your stories. But what about your own setting—the place(s) where you do most of your writing? Where you write can be just as important as what you are writing (poetry, psychological thriller, vampire unicorn dystopian novella?), how you’re writing (pen and paper, laptop, old […]

22 Tuesday Apr, 2014

12 Tips for Writers to Become More Eco-Friendly: Earth Day Version

Unless you’ve been living under a rock (in which case, you’re probably already very “eco-friendly”) you know that today is Earth Day, an annual event that has sparked global demonstrations every year to bring light to environmental issues. What better way for writers to celebrate Earth Day than to take steps to become more eco-friendly. […]

26 Wednesday Mar, 2014

3 Writing Resource Books You Should Own

I am a writing resource junkie. I love any and all books about the craft of writing, publishing, editing, style—you name it, I buy it. I buy them almost as often as I buy notebooks and pens (I know I’m not the only one that does this, only to never write in them. Right? RIGHT?) […]

04 Tuesday Mar, 2014

Happy National Grammar Day!

Happy National Grammar Day! Yes, March 4 is a day dedicated to good grammar. National Grammar Day was established by the founder of the Society for the Promotion of Good Grammar (SPOGG), Martha Brockenbrough, in 2008. To honor Ms. Brockenbrough and National Grammar Day, here are some delicious little tips that can help to keep […]

21 Tuesday Jan, 2014

The Not-So-Secret Secret of Writing Success

When I first began to write with the goal of becoming a published author, I found myself constantly wondering what secret everyone else knew that I did not. Surely, there was some magical formula, some secret ritual, something, anything that these successful authors were doing to have the almighty light of publication crowning their glorious […]

02 Friday May, 2014

12 Gifts for Writers: Mother’s Day Version

Mother’s Day falls on the second Sunday in May. It’s one of the most celebrated non-religious holidays in the US. According to Hallmark, it is the third-largest card-sending holiday in the US—nearly 133 million Mother’s Day cards are exchanged per year. And phone calls increase up to 37 percent on Mother’s Day—with approximately 2 billion mothers in […]

11 Friday Apr, 2014

5 Reasons to Write Poetry

Poetry is thoughts that breathe and words that burn. – Thomas Gray Did you know April is National Poetry Month? There seem to be two kinds of people when it comes to poetry: those that love poetry and understand it, and those that don’t like it and can’t understand a lick of it. For those […]

20 Thursday Mar, 2014

Celebrate National Reading Month

Did you know March is National Reading Month? Of course, if you’re like me, every month is a “reading month!” National Reading (Group) Month was established in 2007 by the Women’s National Book Association, which aims to “increase public awareness of the joy and value of shared reading, provide opportunities for individuals to join an […]

20 Thursday Feb, 2014

Writing as Meditation

Whatever your reason is for writing, whether it’s as a creative outlet, a desire to be published, therapeutic release, your job (or if you’re like me, it’s because YOU HAVE TO, it’s your breath, a necessity that is hardwired into your soul), chances are it is also probably a way for you to escape from […]

02 Thursday Jan, 2014

New Year’s Resolutions for 2014 or Your Creative Manifesto

Last year, we told you all the new year’s resolutions we hoped you DIDN’T make in 2013, including: Write less Start implementing the word “awkward” wherever possible in writing, especially in locations in which it is incorrectly used to replace “distasteful.” Insert useless exclamation points into writing Get more inspiration from Lifetime movies And we’re […]

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