Writer: Got what it takes to become a book editor? In this article on BookRiot.com, Writer’s Relief learned that some editors work a day job and freelance edit in the evening, while others work for large publishing companies. And there are many different types of book...
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Do you ever wish you had a crystal ball that could predict which literary magazine editors will love your creative writing submission so much they’ll be thrilled to publish it? Well, friends, Writer’s Relief knows that the only surefire way to find out if a literary...
Writer’s Relief knows there are two kinds of deadlines in a writer’s life: those you set for yourself, and those literary agents or editors set for you. If you ignore your own self-imposed deadlines in favor of sleeping in a few extra minutes every day, you only have...
For writers, deadlines are as much a part of day-to-day life as are rejection letters. If you’re hoping to have some success as a creative writer, Writer’s Relief has strategies and shortcuts to help you meet your deadlines so you can submit work regularly and boost...
Novelists, Poets, and Short Fiction Writers TAKE NOTE Let’s be honest—submitting your writing to literary magazines is a TON of work. At Writer’s Relief, we know researching and prepping one single submission can eat up hours of your precious writing time. But if you...
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