Many creative writers also have blogs to help them build an audience and stay connected with their readers between publications. Blog posts and articles are a great way to keep your followers up to date on you and your writing. And just like your poems, short stories,...
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For the first time, the Oxford English Dictionary is allowing everyone to vote on the Word Of The Year! In this article Writer’s Relief found on LitHub.com, the choices for Word Of The Year are “metaverse,” “#IStandWith,” and “Goblin mode.” Perhaps the most unique and...
Click on the video above to hear about Hannah Jane’s experience with Writer’s Relief! Even with family members pitching in, Hannah Jane Weber realized she was spending way too much time researching and making submissions instead of writing. And worse yet, she was only...
Before you submit your short story, poems, personal essay, or book manuscript to literary editors or agents, it’s vital that your work is proofread. For the best results, the experts at Writer’s Relief recommend trusting the fresh eyes of a grammar-savvy friend or a...
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