You have the drive, you have the passion, and you’re more than willing to put in the time it takes to finish a manuscript. But you also want to make sure your work is clean, compelling, and perfectly structured. Help for doing just that can be found right here.
Whether you write fiction or nonfiction, for children or adults, history textbooks or science fiction space operas, you know there’s a difference between correct writing and good writing. By learning and practicing these creative writing techniques, you can elevate your writing to the next level.
Nothing is more exciting than the promise of a story in your head, but in order to get it on the page you need to figure out exactly what you need to do to make it work. Here are 4 steps to help you build the framework of your story.
In this extended interview, discover how Daryl Pinksen, the winner of our 17th Annual Self-Published Book Awards, created a great independent offering—and how you can, too. Plus: Read an excerpt from his book, Marlowe’s Ghost.
In the February issue, WD readers sounded off on their favorite writing rituals, tools and resources. But there’s more where that came from! Read on for more feedback from fellow writers on the things that really get their creativity flowing. How can you use their insights to enhance your own writing...