by Charles Johnson
How do you sustain your enthusiasm throughout a writing project—or even a writing career? It's all about finding and focusing your energy. Learn to identify which of these four energies motivates your writing life or project.
In this excerpt from Writing Life Stories, Bill Roorbach teaches you how to pay attention to and translate your memories and how to overcome your resistance to remembered places and events.
Can you write one poem every day in April (National Poetry Month)? Join the editor of Writer's Market, Robert Brewer, as he offers prompts and encouragement—plus monitor his progress over at his blog, Poetic Asides!
How can you find and write convincingly about ideas that teenagers will enjoy? Find out from award-winning YA novelist K.L. Going how to succeed at writing for this burgeoning genre.
Don't let your creativity get in the way of your productivity. Here are nine tips for overcoming Too Many Ideas Syndrome.
Excerpted from The Children's Writer's Reference, Berthe Amoss and Eric Suben talk about the most important ingredient in a book plot.