Here’s an insider tip from published writers that’s really not a secret: Reading is one of the best ways to improve your writing. And while it’s important to read works in your genre (and even in other genres), you should also read about the writing process itself...
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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...
Given that 90% of a writer’s career involves staring at paper or a computer screen, it’s not surprising that writers who dramatize life in the publishing industry take lots of poetic liberties. Writer’s Relief got the scoop from this article in the New York Times...
Writer’s block. Rejection letters. Harsh critiques of your work. At some point in every writer’s life, it can seem a lot easier to be grumpy than grateful. But resist the urge to crumple up that draft covered in red proofreading marks and to swear off writing another...
If you’re a writer, your career path will be less like climbing a corporate ladder and more like bushwhacking through an untamed jungle. Every writer must make his or her own unique career decisions, because every writer has a distinct destination in mind. At Writer’s...
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