Since you talk about yourself in first person—I went to the grocery store…I captured the dragon—it stands to reason that writing in the first person would be second nature, right? Not so, friends, not so. Writer’s Relief understands the perils of the first-person...
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A writer’s natural love of words can lead to wonderful reading and interesting writing. But sometimes, a logophile’s good intentions to introduce the world to unique vocabulary can backfire. Is it time to put away your dictionary and revert to a middle-school word...
Self-editing is a tricky skill: Not only does it require technical know-how, it also demands that writers understand their own emotional obstacles. Writer’s Relief has written countless articles about craft and technique for revisions: Today, we’re looking at the way...
The first five pages of your novel or memoir may be the key to making a sale, nabbing an offer of representation from a literary agent, or getting a book deal from a traditional publisher. Writer's Relief Explains Why Your Book’s Opening Pages Are More Influential...
As you read this, editors are eagerly searching for poetry submissions to publish in their literary journals. And at the same time, writers are preparing their strongest poems to submit! So if you want your poems to stand out—and to increase your odds of getting...
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