Everything you need to know about creating & selling your work.
Learn to create a website, blog, video trailers and more.
By M.J. Rose
By M.J. Rose
Everything you need to know to write, publish, promote, and sell your own book.
The essential guide to spelling, style, usage, grammar, and punctuation.
Crafting a nonfiction book proposal that you hope will make “Your Future Agent’s Wish List” (Page 21)? Get bonus tips for increasing agent interest by thoroughly researching comp titles and enhancing your Web presence as a nonfiction writer to be reckoned with in these helpful free excerpts from Publish Your Nonfiction...
Showing & Telling author Laurie Alberts discusses writing, the publishing industry, writing groups, contests and more.
Explore how scenes create emotional connections with a reader and work to forward plot.
Learn how to show and when to tell for powerful and balanced writing.
Tactics for selling articles, books, scripts and more.
Find out how to use your website, blog, and social networking presence to promote your writing.
179 Ways to Save a Novel author Peter Selgin discusses writing advice, the publishing industry, agents and more in this exclusive Q&A.
In this excerpt from 179 Ways to Save a Novel, author Peter Selgin discusses ways to defeat the writer's sworn enemy: the cliche.
Need a race of fantastic characters or creatures for your science fiction or fantasy story? There are some things you need to consider when creating a civilization.
Everything needed to learn invaluable and timeless techniques for writing science fiction and fantasy, as well as tips for building an entirely new and believable world.
Author James Alexander Thom discusses how when writing historical fiction, readers are counting on you for the truth; the importance of thorough research; and how to write to your readers' senses.
Make "scents" of writing historical fiction with this excerpt from The Art & Craft of Writing Historical Fiction by James Alexander Thom.
How to write a historical novel from from beginning research to crafting the story to dealing with logistical intricacies like plagiarism and public domain.
Writing Better Lyrics author Pat Pattison discusses the differences between songwriting and poetry.
Award-winning freelancer and highly sought communications consultant I.J. Schecter shares his insights into the writing life in this exclusive Q&A.
Ways to make money writing 1,500 words or less.
Want to write for a living? This book offers keys to success.
Lyricist and poet Pat Pattison discusses how "Object Writing" can help you generate ideas.
The essential guide to powerful songwriting
Check out an exclusive Q&A with The Writing & Critique Group Survival Guide author Becky Levine.