Writer’s Relief’s Top 10 Articles Of 2014

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The year 2014 was very exciting here at Writer’s Relief! We released our first book, The Happy Writer; we expanded our Publishing Tool Kits; we introduced our Virtual Assistant Programs to help creative writers manage their Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest accounts; and our audience grew to over 74,000 regular readers, followers, and fans!

Here’s a look back at our most popular Submit Write Now! articles from 2014. And as we look forward to the fantastic things we have in store for 2015, be sure you’re signed up for our free newsletter,Submit Write Now! to have our amazing writers resources and up-to-the-minute publishing information delivered right to your inbox!

Did you miss any of these great articles? Not to worry! Click on the links below to read now.

What’s Your Poetry Personality? Find Out Which Poetry Movement Matches You!

5 Ways To Write Characters That People Care About

Short Story Shortcuts: 4 Techniques For Making A Big Impact In Few Words

Four Things Writers Can Learn From Fairy Tales (Besides Never Eat The Free Apple)

How And When To Get Permission To Use Quotes In Your Writing

5 Techniques To Develop Your Short Story Into A Novel

What I Wish I Knew Before I Was Published

5 Ways To Maintain A Positive Mind-Set About Your Submissions

7 Questions To Ask Yourself Before Submitting To Literary Journals

Writers: 10 Ways To Stay Sane When You’re On A Deadline

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We also wanted to share our top five Web Design Relief articles of 2014!

Do Poets And Story Writers Need An Author Website?

5 Things Literary Agents Want To See In Your Author Platform

Social Media Superstars: How Successful Authors Are Building Their Followings On The Web

Tumblr For Writers: A Picture-Perfect Marketing And Promotional Tool

The Weary Writer’s Guide To Better Blogging

 

BONUS: Check out our articles featured on Huffington Post! Here are our top three posts:

How To Begin Your Book With A Knockout

5 Unforgettable Ways To End Your Book; And 1 You Should Never Use

How To Choose Poems To Submit To Literary Journals

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  1. Deborah Trowbridge

    Thank you, Writers Relief, and Happy 2015 to us all!

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