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Resources for Writers

These are our resources for writers. We have a large supply of articles and lists for writers. Here you will find how tos for writers, lists of the best for writers, and general articles that may answer many of your questions.Writers always need help. We hope these entries will help you in your writing and answer questions you have about our profession and your own writing. We have articles for tools for writers, answers to questions, how to format this and that. We hope you will use these resources to better your writing.We are updating our site everyday, so check back here each week for new resources for writers. If you have any questions, or if you find an issue with anything on our site, please email us or feel free to leave us a comment on our Talk to the Editor page. I wish you the very best of luck in your writing.

How to Publish a Poem
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How to Publish a Poem

This article, "How to Publish a Poem"  is one of our old articles that was titled “How to Submit a Poem.” We have changed it somewhat, and changed the title, but most of the information is the same. Keep Reading

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Social Networks for Writers

Social networking can be the key to many resources on the web. It can help you promote your work. It can help you find a support system, it can even help you edit your writing and get published. Here is a complete list of social networks for writers. Keep Reading

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Why Simultaneous Submissions are Essential

Why Simultaneous Submissions are Essential Writing can be an exhausting endeavor, especially if you’re a family oriented (or just busy) person. Trying to juggle your household responsibilities, a proper diet and exercise, errands, and most likely a day job, finding time to write can be tough. Keep Reading

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Five Ways to Strengthen the Role of the Villian

One of the most important parts of writing a good action/adventure book usually involves a strong villain. Now when I say a villain, you don’t have to imagine Maleficent from Sleeping Beauty or Dr. Drakken from Kim Possible. The best part about making a villain is that you don’t have to follow the fairytale archetype,… Keep Reading

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Top 10 Types of Poems, Forms or Formats

Here is a list of what I feel are the Top 10 Types of Poems, Forms or Formats. I say forms or formats because we cross some lines of distinction here that are not always easy to explain. Basically these are types of poems where people use a certain form to create them, but some are forms in and of themselves. Anyway,  I wanted to come up with a short list of the most popular poetry types. This is a basic guide. If someone throws these at you, at least you will know what they are. I hope you will try each type, and if you do feel free to share them in the comments. Keep Reading

How to Write a Cover Letter
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How to Write a Cover Letter

  Here are a few tips and examples of how to write a cover letter. In the old days, really not that long ago, it was customary to send a cover letter with your short story or poetry submission. For 100s of years it was customary to send a cover letter, but writers are following… Keep Reading

Top Sites to Learn to Speak English
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Top Sites to Learn to Speak English

We searched the web over for Top Sites to Learn to Speak English. These sites are the best sites that we have found. We have submissions from writers all over the world, and I have had a few of those writers ask for help speaking English. Keep Reading

writers checklist zombie apocalypse
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Writer’s Checklist for the Zombie Apocalypse!

Writer’s Checklist for the Zombie Apocalypse! Here is our Writer’s Checklist for the Zombie Apocalypse. It’s everything you will need if the zombies attack, as a writer. In light of recent events I thought I would give my suggestions on what writers should do to prepare for and during the coming zombie apocalypse. I feel… Keep Reading

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How do I format my manuscript?

Here is a 10 part easy to follow checklist that we feel answers most questions people have when they are submitting a manuscript to a publisher. Keep in mind the rule of thumb here is to make your manuscripts easy to read Keep Reading

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