Hardcover? Paperback? E-book? Audio? There is no wrong way to read. Each format provides readers with a unique experience. But which book format are you most like? Flexible like a paperback? Solid like a hardcover book? Find out with this quiz Writer’s Relief found on...
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There is no right or wrong way to write a novel. But there are two main writing strategies authors often use when writing a book—and they both have funny names. Are you a “plotter” or a “pantser”? Not sure? Writer’s Relief offers you the definition of each, along with...
Thinking you might want to try your hand at writing fiction? Writer’s Relief found an interesting self-test created by an author at Writer’s Digest that reveals if you have what it takes to make a career of writing fiction. Step 1: Successfully tell a joke to a group...
After a busy night of tapping and clattering their tiny hooves on rooftops, some of Santa’s reindeer can be found tapping on keyboards and relaxing with their new favorite read! Which one of Santa’s reindeer would most likely be in your book group or share your...
It’s Tell A Story Day! Everyone has their very own unique story to tell. So we here at Writer’s Relief want to know: What first line in literature would also work as the perfect opening sentence to a book about your life? Take this fun quiz and find out! (And be sure...
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