When thinking of ways to boost their creativity, many writers turn to the tried-and-true methods: writing prompts, writing workshops, and reading. And we agree—these are excellent ways to flex your creative writing muscles! But at Writer’s Relief, we know not all...
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Many authors use food in their short stories, novels, and memoirs to invoke the senses, reveal a little bit about their characters, and help readers visualize a scene. At Writer’s Relief, the only thing we like more than reading great stories that feature tasty food...
Asian Pacific Heritage Month is a great time to expand your culinary creativity if you haven’t already explored the flavors of Asian-Pacific cuisine. Writer’s Relief has found a few tasty cookbooks and delicious blogs worth checking out! Pacific and Southeast Asian...
Love to read? Love to cook? Love to eat? If you answered "yes" to any of the above (we answered "yes" to all three!), you’ll love this post from The Guardian about the best kitchens in literature. Let these great ideas inspire your own literary/culinary adventures!...
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