Write-a-thon

The Story Bible: What It Is and Why You Need One

The following is an excerpt from Write-a-Thon: Write Your Book in 26 Days (And Live to Tell About It) by Rochelle
Rumors of Water

You Don’t Need a Degree to Find Your Voice

The following excerpt is from Rumors of Water: Thoughts on Creativity & Writing by L.L. Barkat. I am opening a
Scott Sigler

3 Keys to Sustainable & Successful Indie Authorship

Note from Jane: I don't usually run posts that feature or promote a single service or solution. Authors need to
My Memories of a Future Life

Should You Serialize a Novel on Kindle?

Today's guest post is by Roz Morris. Last month I released my literary novel as four episodes on Kindle: 100,000
Phil Gibbs

3 Tips for Professional E-Book Covers

Today's guest post is from Biba Pearce at Your Novel Online. An e-book cover has an important job to do. Not
Brave Rooney

What Advertising Can Teach a Children’s Writer

Today's guest post is from Gerry Renert, a three-time EMMY nominated kid's writer, who has recently become a published children's
How to Write Your Best Story

What Is a Story?

The following is excerpted from How to Write Your Best Story by Philip Martin. It may seem to address a
Uncertainty by Jonathan Fields

A Hidden Aspect of Creative Life That Underpins Great Work

The following is excerpted from Uncertainty: Turning Fear and Doubt Into Fuel for Brilliance by Jonathan Fields. Uncertainty and fear
The Memoir Project

Don’t Write a Memoir to Get Revenge

The following is excerpted from The Memoir Project: A Thoroughly Non-Standardized Text for Writing & Life by Marion Roach Smith. It
The Myth of the Lone Creative Genius

The Myth of the Lone Creative Genius

Today's post is an excerpt from the recently published Birth Your Book! by Dr. Liz Alexander. Find out more about Liz
Banksy in Boston by Chris Devers

Stop Being an “Aspiring” Writer

Today's guest post is by Ollin Morales from Courage 2 Create. Find out more about Ollin at the end of
Darrelyn Saloom, 1958

Behind the Curtain of Memory

Before the kidnapping, I lived with my father and two older sisters in Austin, Texas. In second grade—1963—Daddy longed to