Submissions to literary agents and editors are typewritten in order to be legible and tidy. But what if we want to delve deeper into the inner psyche of an author? The amateur sleuths here at Writer’s Relief have called upon their (not so) extensive graphology skills...
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When Shakespeare, Austen, and Fitzgerald were writing, they didn’t have word processing programs, the Internet, or routers, so they didn’t need to name their Wi-Fi. But if they did, we’re sure they’d be unforgettable (which is a handy trait in Wi-Fi network names!)....
With 328 million active accounts, it seems almost everyone has a Twitter account these days. Perhaps Shakespeare’s character Polonius was on to something when he stated, “Brevity is the soul of wit,” because—even limited to 240 characters or fewer—some tweets can be...
Mother’s Day is coming up, so of course the bookworms here at Writer’s Relief want to acknowledge not only our actual mothers (you rock, Mom!) but also our favorite moms from literature. Just like our own mothers, these literary moms are sweet, brave, complicated,...
It’s National Poetry Month, the perfect time to test your knowledge of memorable lines of poetry and the poets who wrote them! The poetry fans at Writer’s Relief have created a quiz based on the most iconic poems in the English language—can you match the famous poetry...
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