Thick all-around planners that come with extra space for me to set goals, take notes, track projects, record important info, and even brainstorm are what usually catch my eye. Especially customizable planners that I can make as big or as small as I want...
the things in our writing space that make a noticeable difference in our story-writing, writing stamina, writing discipline, and overall performance as writers. So, we're diving into Amazon's large e-commerce platform
writers should be the sole catalyst for any change our work undergoes and be able to hone into our stories wherever we write. But environmental influence is often unavoidable for human beings.
Choosing a genre is semi-important and will happen anyway. Even if you pick multiple genres, don't limit yourself by committing to one too early. hoosing a genre is semi-important and will happen anyway. Even if you pick multiple genres, don't limit yourself by committing to one too early. And when you do get to the point where you're ready to pick a genre to write in, don't forget my two very impotant considerations...
start your writing career on a platform that'll connect you to your audience, show the value of your work and make writing a working career.
I've snooped around the Internet to get you 9 worth-buying items that your writing valentine will love. Whether they are a fiction writer, screenwriter, or even poet, there is something special in this list for them. You just have to buy and give it to them.
All that work is done in hope of reaching literary success: Hoping to make money from ( live off ) the art that you love practicing.
It's not really about making up random stories and putting literal words on a literal paper, but a lot about drawing from history and life experiences to impact the future.
I never expected to struggle with story titles. And I haven’t really considered it much until recently. Whenever I write stories that I don’t publish or don’t need to submit for class assignments, titles arent an issue. If anything most…
I am not perfect and mistakes are bound to happen when writing. But if these mistakes distract readers from the story then this mistake has got to be dealt with. Because when I publish a story ( and soon a novel ) I want people to read my story and enjoy its events, not be distracted by my grammar