#writeright #typotyrant

So, a new gig for my blog. One that is close to my heart. And hear me, people: If you're going to put something in writing out there for the world to see--ESPECIALLY if you run a business or are trying to present yourself in a professional manner--for the love of all that is good … Continue reading #writeright #typotyrant

3 Tips for Improving Show, Don’t Tell – by K.M. Weiland… — Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog

on Helping Writers become Authors: When looking for a new book to read, there are a couple quick tests I do to determine whether it seems like I can trust the author to know what they’re doing all book long. The first and most important of these tests usually requires just a quick glance across […] … Continue reading 3 Tips for Improving Show, Don’t Tell – by K.M. Weiland… — Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog

Finding Ways to Progress your Writing Career — Nicholas C. Rossis

I recently came across an excellent resource for freelance writers by Laura Yates of blogging.com. Laura is a writer, coach, and podcaster who has been blogging and writing in the niches of fashion, beauty, relationships, and personal development since 2009. You Won’t Get Anywhere by Standing Still – Finding Ways to Progress your Writing Career … Continue reading Finding Ways to Progress your Writing Career — Nicholas C. Rossis

When Writing Advice Becomes Too Much — K.M. Allan

This wonderful post spoke to my soul...enjoy! First, let me say I understand it’s ironic to write a post about writing advice being too much on a blog about writing advice, but I’m going to be as ironic as Alanis Morissette—and as bad as that dated reference—and write about it anyway. Most likely to the … Continue reading When Writing Advice Becomes Too Much — K.M. Allan

The Best Piece of Writing Advice I Ever Received — A Writer’s Path

This wonderful piece came across my reader today...and, while the message is somewhat of a bitter pill, it still manages to be inspirational and motivating... by Meg Dowell You don’t know which projects are going to succeed, and which ones are going to fail. Many people assume that because I’ve been writing for a long … Continue reading The Best Piece of Writing Advice I Ever Received — A Writer’s Path

How Not To Be A Writer — Life Is Fiction

Have you ever noticed how many “How To Be A Writer” guides are floating around the internet? Have you seen all the articles about what being a writer means, detailing tips to fit the bill, sharing the holy guidelines you have to follow to truly be able to classify yourself as a “Writer”? Not that […] … Continue reading How Not To Be A Writer — Life Is Fiction

4 Rules for Writing Fiction You Can Ignore — Ellie Scott

You think you know how to write fiction? You probably don’t. Not unless you follow these four cardinal writing rules. Remember: some highly successful writers break these rules and still write great stuff. But you are not one of them. It is not possible to break these rules and write great stuff unless you are … Continue reading 4 Rules for Writing Fiction You Can Ignore — Ellie Scott