Other Writers

  • The Secret Cartel Behind Every Great Writer
    by Joe Bunting on July 18, 2019 at 1:00 pm

    The stereotypical writer used to be a silent, brooding genius who kept to himself and rarely ventured into the outside world, except to do "research" on how the subjects of his stories lived. People imagined an entire profession of Emily Dickinsons, pale and contemplative. […]

  • The Secret Cartel Behind Every Great Writer
    by Joe Bunting on July 18, 2019 at 1:00 pm

    The stereotypical writer used to be a silent, brooding genius who kept to himself and rarely ventured into the outside world, except to do "research" on how the subjects of his stories lived. People imagined an entire profession of Emily Dickinsons, pale and contemplative. […]

  • Where to Submit Short Stories: 23 Magazines and Websites That Want Your Work
    by The Write Life Team on July 18, 2019 at 11:56 am

    Writing short stories? Here’s where to get them published -- and most of these outlets pay. The post Where to Submit Short Stories: 23 Magazines and Websites That Want Your Work appeared first on The Write Life. […]

  • How To Stop Self-Doubt From Holding You Back From Writing
    by ANGELA ACKERMAN on July 18, 2019 at 7:47 am

    Self-doubt can be a crippling weight, especially for writers. Today we have writing mentor Leigh Shulman with us, and she has some terrific, actionable ways to use prompts to turn self-doubt on its head (and get you writing again!) I’ve … Continue reading → The […]

  • The Hero’s Journey: How to Leverage the World’s Most Powerful Story Structure
    by David Safford on July 17, 2019 at 4:13 pm

    Have you heard the story of the orphan boy living in the cupboard under the stairs? Or perhaps the story of the girl in District 12 (the crappiest District) who would not only survive an unwinnable deathmatch, but become a symbol of liberty? Maybe you've heard of the baby boy […]

  • The Hero’s Journey: How to Leverage the World’s Most Powerful Story Structure
    by David Safford on July 17, 2019 at 4:13 pm

    Have you heard the story of the orphan boy living in the cupboard under the stairs? Or perhaps the story of the girl in District 12 (the crappiest District) who would not only survive an unwinnable deathmatch, but become a symbol of liberty? Maybe you've heard of the baby boy […]

  • 4 Major Differences Between Young Adult and Middle Grade Fiction
    by Hailey Hudson on July 17, 2019 at 10:00 am

    If you write novels for tweens and teens, make sure you’re correctly classifying your work. The post 4 Major Differences Between Young Adult and Middle Grade Fiction appeared first on The Write Life. […]

  • Author Mindset: Stop Reading Your Book Reviews
    by Creative Guest on July 17, 2019 at 6:23 am

    There's a moment when your book goes out into the world and you realize that someone who doesn't love you will read it. What if they hate it? You will be crushed. What if they love it? You'll be ecstatic until someone else hates it 🙂 This is why I (Joanna) don't read my […]

  • Write to Publish Review
    by Joe Bunting on July 16, 2019 at 2:00 pm

    When I published my first book, which became a #1 Amazon bestseller many times over, I had an edge over most other authors. My advantage  wasn’t because I’m a better writer. It wasn’t even because I’m better at promotion than other authors. It was […]

  • Write to Publish Review
    by Joe Bunting on July 16, 2019 at 2:00 pm

    When I published my first book, which became a #1 Amazon bestseller many times over, I had an edge over most other authors. My advantage  wasn’t because I’m a better writer. It wasn’t even because I’m better at promotion than other authors. It was […]

  • 50 Gifts for Writers That Are Way Better Than a Boring Old Notebook
    by The Write Life Team on July 16, 2019 at 10:00 am

    Looking for gift ideas for writers? Whether you're looking to treat a family member, a friend or yourself, here are a bunch of neat gifts to choose from. The post 50 Gifts for Writers That Are Way Better Than a Boring Old Notebook appeared first on The Write Life. […]

  • Three Simple Questions That Will Unlock Your Story
    by Guest Poster on July 16, 2019 at 9:34 am

    Writers are the most powerful people on the planet. Yes, you! You have the power to change your readers in a more profound way than almost anyone else they encounter.  How? By allowing them to experience, first hand, the profound … Continue reading → The post […]