Our staff members are always on the lookout for the latest tips, trends, and helpful tools for writers so we can better guide our clients and readers. And while we’ve always offered a variety of free staff-written articles, our Links Roundup posts provide readers with...
Review Board Is Now Open!
Submit Your Poetry, Short Prose, or Book Today!
Deadline: Thursday, February 16th
Since or because: What’s the difference? Writers, learn the distinction between these two conjunctions and clear up any confusion about their usage.
There are weird words in every industry, and the literary world is no exception. We’ve listed some of the stranger-sounding industry-specific jargon common to writers, editors, and literary agents in the publishing industry that may need some clarification. These word...
What is a sniglet? Examples of sniglets. Words that are combined to make sniglets. Funny words for writers. Funny vocabulary for writers. Writer’s puns. Slang. Made-up words.
Use or Utilize? Why say “utilize” if you can say “use”? Grammar and usage lesson offered by Writer’s Relief.
Review Board Is Now Open! Submit Your Poetry, Short Prose, or Book Today!
See ALL the services we offer, from
FREE to Full Service!
Click here for a Writer’s Relief
Full Service Overview
“Getting that first poem published was the hardest threshold to cross. My team at Writer’s Relief kept encouraging me…then came the acceptance! We celebrated…then I continued writing, and Writer’s Relief continued doing the wonderful work they do!”
(Watch King’s video testimonial here!)
(Watch Emily’s video testimonial here!)