Mention figurative language and many writers immediately think “flowery” or “dated.” But if you know how to use figurative language correctly, you’ll add color and life to your writing. At Writer’s Relief, we know figurative language devices can be vital tools for...
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The birthday of Dr. Seuss (aka Theodor Geisel) is celebrated on Monday, March 2, with Read Across America events and fun activities. And with unforgettable characters like the Cat in the Hat, the Grinch, and Sneetches, it’s easy to see why his books have remained...
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...
Short stories are the perfect choice when you want to sample an author's work, or simply don't have the time for a lengthy novel. (In some cases, when you read a short story collection you can skip around and go back to the book whenever the mood strikes—there's no...
Sometimes reading can be just as important to a writer as the act of writing itself. Learn how to read like a writer and pick up established writers’ techniques that will help improve your own writing.
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