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Here are 63 Questions Writers Love to Answer. How do I know they love to answer them? I asked them on Twitter! About once a day I’ll ask a question to writers that addresses some issues in writing.
Yes, if you are a writer, you need Twitter. If you have published your own book or have a website, you need Twitter. It’s that simple really, but most people have no idea how to actually use Twitter.
There are two vital skills demanded of technical writers. One is to first be able to comprehend what can often be difficult and specialized language. The second
I get emails all the time from writers who are self-conscious about their writing. It’s always a little difficult to let someone else into what you’ve written, but you can’t let that hold you back. Even though the act of writing can be a lone process your work still needs to be out there. […]
One concept writing-program instructors love to discuss, in lieu of craft, which might better serve their students, is voice. It seems absurd to do so because voice is the one thing one cannot teach in writing,
The main goal of a fiction writer is to create a character that the reader will become invested in, care about, and remember long after the story is finished. Charles Dickens’ Ebenezer Scrooge, Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre,
Writing books, blog posts, articles, or even good captions for your photos on social media can be a difficult task. You need to get some inspiration, understand exactly what you’re going to write, and be able to wrap your ideas into a proper style. Some people think that writing is all about talent, but the truth is that writing is a skill.
You’ve committed two drafts to paper, followed every spellcheck suggestion, and triple-checked to make sure your main character’s (or MC’s) eyes don’t alternate color like a kaleidoscope between chapters. You’ve done all you can…
We all love to be afraid from time to time. That is why we listen to ghost stories with rapt attention from a very young age. It thrills us, makes us look over our shoulders, but we always come
back for more.