Writers never switch off their brains—we’re always looking for ideas and inspiration! In this article Writer’s Relief found on LitHub.com, author Ethan Joella explains how he can’t help but notice random bits of inspiration, from the taste of sand to the items seen in...
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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...
To celebrate its 125th birthday, the Brooklyn Public Library recently determined its 125 most-borrowed books of all time. In this article on LitHub.com, Writer’s Relief learned that many classics made the list, with Lord of the Flies and To Kill a Mockingbird both...
When you’re writing a story, you never know what new direction the plot might take, or which characters might become more prominent once you’ve done your research. In this article Writer’s Relief found on LitHub.com, Sarah Shoemaker, a librarian turned writer,...
As we head into the season of longer evenings, why not use this time to delve into a course taught by great writer? In this article Writer’s Relief found at LitHub.com, 10 well-respected writers share the courses they love to teach, complete with reading lists and...
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