Other Writers

  • Fear Thesaurus Entry: Responsibility for Others
    by BECCA PUGLISI on May 28, 2022 at 9:57 am

    Debilitating fears are a problem for everyone, an unfortunate part of the human experience. Whether they’re a result of learned behavior as a child, are related to a mental health condition, or stem from a past wounding event, these fears influence a character’s behaviors, […]

  • How to Be a Successful Blogger: Follow These 2 Major Tips
    by Chuck Sambuchino on May 27, 2022 at 6:38 pm

    Want more blog traffic? Follow these two simple tips and learn how to be a successful blogger! [Examples and Free Training Included]

  • Writing Sprints: A Simple Exercise That Benefits Every Writer
    by Joe Bunting on May 27, 2022 at 4:01 am

    The article Writing Sprints: A Simple Exercise That Benefits Every Writer appeared first on The Write Practice. How do you defeat procrastination, write more in less time, and do it with less struggle? Two words: writing sprints. Word sprints are an amazing writing tool that you […]

  • Writing Sprints: A Simple Exercise That Benefits Every Writer
    by Joe Bunting on May 27, 2022 at 4:01 am

    The article Writing Sprints: A Simple Exercise That Benefits Every Writer appeared first on The Write Practice. How do you defeat procrastination, write more in less time, and do it with less struggle? Two words: writing sprints. Word sprints are an amazing writing tool that you […]

  • Subterfuge in Dialogue
    by BECCA PUGLISI on May 26, 2022 at 9:00 am

    Dialogue—good dialogue—is tricky. Mechanics can be learned; the rules are readily available and are hammered into us by teachers, editors, critique partners, and countless Facebook memes. The hard part of writing good dialogue is nailing the back-and-forth, the natural ebb […]

  • 12 Best Cities for Writers in the U.S.
    by The Write Life Team on May 25, 2022 at 3:30 pm

    These days, as long as you have a steady internet connection, most writers could write anywhere. However, some cities seem to brim with inspiration at every turn, while some cities seem to fall flat. We looked into what writers look for in a city and compiled a list of the 12 […]

  • I Wrote a Book. Now What? 3 Unexpected Ways to Practice Writing After You Publish
    by Guest Blogger on May 24, 2022 at 6:00 pm

    The article I Wrote a Book. Now What? 3 Unexpected Ways to Practice Writing After You Publish appeared first on The Write Practice. Congrats, you wrote a book and launched it! It’s on to the next book. But maybe you're feeling tired. As for writing a whole book, you need a […]

  • I Wrote a Book. Now What? 3 Unexpected Ways to Practice Writing After You Publish
    by Guest Blogger on May 24, 2022 at 6:00 pm

    The article I Wrote a Book. Now What? 3 Unexpected Ways to Practice Writing After You Publish appeared first on The Write Practice. Congrats, you wrote a book and launched it! It’s on to the next book. But maybe you're feeling tired. As for writing a whole book, you need a […]

  • The Ins and Outs of Blurb Requests
    by Guest Poster on May 24, 2022 at 9:00 am

    By Liz Alterman After tons of hard work, your book is almost ready to be published. But before the celebration begins, you have one more hurdle to overcome…securing author blurbs. What are author blurbs? They’re those ringing endorsements that grace the front or back (or […]

  • Writing Characters With Matt Bird
    on May 23, 2022 at 6:10 am

    How do we decide on the hero for our story? How can we write distinctive — but still believable — characters? Matt Bird talks about aspects of writing character. In the intro, a guide to UBLs, Universal Book Links [Draft2Digital]; Your author brand [Ask ALLi with me and […]

  • How Bad Marketing Can Destroy Your Author Brand, Lose Friends, and Influence Nobody
    by Anne R. Allen on May 22, 2022 at 4:55 pm

    by Anne R. Allen Bad marketing is worse than none. And I’ve seen some breathtakingly bad marketing strategies recently. I assume authors are hiring cut-rate online marketers who have more experience selling real estate in Mumbai and knock-off designer sunglasses than books. Do […]

  • How to Revise a Novel: A Revision List to Edit With Confidence
    by J. D. Edwin on May 22, 2022 at 2:00 pm

    The article How to Revise a Novel: A Revision List to Edit With Confidence appeared first on The Write Practice. Finishing a first draft is a huge deal. If you just accomplished this, be proud of yourself! At the same time, you might be wondering how to revise a novel after that […]