When it’s time to write about coffee shop meet-cutes, Vikings, clever detective work, or almost any story plot, most authors roll up their sleeves and get right to work—after all, creative writing is what writers do best! But when you’re penning a personal essay,...
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Narrative nonfiction continues to grow in popularity! Both memoirs and personal essays give us glimpses into another life that might be very similar to—or entirely different from—our own. In a way that is unique to this genre, personal essays and memoirs connect the...
Noticed an abundance of rainbows everywhere? June is LGBTQ+ Pride Month! Reading is one of our favorite things to do here at Writer’s Relief (when we’re not busy helping our clients get more acceptances!), so we’ve put together an extensive list of LGBTQ+ books you...
It’s Jewish American heritage month! Writer’s Relief has found this list from the Jewish Book council that features great biographies, cookbooks, memoirs, and novels written by Jewish writers. Here are just a few of the many titles on the list: The Devil That Never...
To quote author Dr. Seuss (who once wrote a story using only fifty words), “…the writer who breeds more words than he needs is making a chore for the reader who reads.” At Writer’s Relief, we know that, after creating a first draft, it’s important for writers to know...
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