Author John Jamison shares a personal anecdote on how ideas can come from the most unexpected chain of events.
Today's guest post comes from Kimberly Hunt, freelance developmental editor with Revision Division.
Let’s set expectations from the start. I am NOT a writer. Through extensive reading, professional training, and my experience as a developmental editor, I’ve learned the essentials of genres. A novel can contain elements from multiple
Critics got you down? Are you your worst critic? Time to get over the negativity and get down to writing!
Part one of a multi-part series about putting your best book out there when self-publishing. In this part, we talk about formatting the manuscript.
Searching for an app that inspires and stimulates your creative flow? Writerly might be just what you’re looking for.
It's a new year, and at Writing Bloc we're taking the opportunity to set some intentions for 2019, both as a group and individually as writers. Expect Writing Bloc to grow throughout the year as we continue to find additional ways to support the writing community. We checked in with
Want to improve your writing? Learn another language!
I know. You might be saying, "But...writing in English is hard enough. Why would I waste my time with any other language?"
It's simple, really. Writing, as with any intense activity, is best performed after a good warm up. Your brain is about to
Writing and editing are two different things.
Writing itself should be a simple task. All you have to do is put one word after the other, form sentences, form ideas, and make everything you've done come together into one great work that is sure to express your heart and soul exactly
Though you've likely heard of NaNoWriMo, you may not know about NaNo Rebels. These are writers who participate in the month-long writing marathon, but don't follow the rules. They may write essays or nonfiction instead of novels, they may set a word count other than 50,000. They may work on
NaNoWriMo is Coming!
NaNoWriMo is an event that keeps getting larger and more popular each and every year. And it's no wonder. There's something romantic and wonderful about writing a novel. Most of the times I've told people that I've written novels, the conversation inevitably turns toward how they have an