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 always offer a variety of free staff-written articles, our Links Roundup posts provide readers with regular updates on our favorite online resources offered by other websites. We hope you enjoy the following five resources as much as we did!
Five Legal Issues All Writers Need To Be Aware Of via LitReactor – Writer’s Relief always recommends that writers seek the appropriate counsel, for any legal concerns they may have. Jessica Meddows’ advice can give writers a general overview of copyright law, and it works as a helpful starting point in their own research.
Advice to Authors via Neil Gaiman – We love providing writers with advice from good authors, and, when one of those authors happens to be internationally successful, we can’t resist sharing this link. Read about Neil Gaiman’s experienced advice.
The Yin and Yang of Creativity via Daring To Live Fully – If you’re struggling to overcome writer’s block or are fighting the urge to procrastinate, try harnessing your creativity. Understanding the creative process might help you climb the uphill battle toward productivity!
2 Ways to Manage a Large Cast of Characters in Your Novel via The Write Practice – Most novels require more than one character, but how best should an author juggle the cast of characters often needed to tell an extravagant story? With many characters in a novel, it can be very confusing to the reader to figure out who’s who and how they’re all related to one another. Liz Bureman gives writers a couple tips on how to make character introductions easier and how to make readers care about each character individually.
Poetry of the Wild via Poets & Writers – Many poets and artists draw upon nature to influence their writing. Ecological artist and sculptor Ana Flores has combined art, poetry, and nature in an effort to help people connect with their environment. Poetry doesn’t only have to live on paper; use this slide show to inspire your creativity.
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