Certain professions, hobbies, or activities come with preconceived stereotypes. But the truth is, not all librarians are old maids wearing horn-rimmed glasses, not all auto mechanics are men, and not all grannies sit in rocking chairs and knit. Writers also tend to be...
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When life gets complicated, writers start writing! In this article Writer’s Relief found on npr.org, we learned that writers have taken to self-publishing “quarantine zines” on social media. The zines cover a multitude of topics, from chronicling daily life during the...
As 2020 begins, you may be experiencing a serious case of FOMO: Fear Of Missing Out on Writer’s Relief’s most popular, most informative articles of 2019! Well, take a few deep breaths and relax, because we’ve reviewed our top articles from 2019 and put the best ones...
It’s mid-November, so you may have noticed some writers drinking gallons of coffee, wearing the same clothes for days on end, and muttering to themselves, nanowrimo…nanowrimo... Don’t panic: They’re not speaking intergalactic gibberish; they’re simply referring to...
Choosing to be a creative writer means routinely subjecting yourself to fear. But most of the time, the frightening possibilities we imagine are much scarier than the actual worst-case scenarios. The experts here at Writer's Relief let you in on the common fears...
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