After a busy night of delivering gifts, Santa will be looking forward to sitting by the fireplace (instead of climbing up and down one!), relaxing, and cracking open a good book. The bookish elves at Writer’s Relief have checked Santa’s to-be-read list twice to find...
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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!)....
What if the opening lines of your favorite books were rewritten to reflect the current pandemic? Writer’s Relief found this fun article at the NewYorker.com with classic first lines rewritten to reflect our days of quarantine! The novel A Tale of Two Cities, by...
Whether it’s a beloved classic or a brand-new bestseller, the best books grab your interest with the very first line, drawing you into the story. If you’re looking for your next great read, the bibliophiles at Writer’s Relief have compiled a list of opening lines that...
Learning writing tips from one of the grumpiest, stingiest characters in classic literature may seem like a Christmas miracle! But pull up a chair, get cozy by the fire, and let the experts at Writer’s Relief explain how Scrooge’s hard-won life lessons in A Christmas...
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