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Get free access to the Writer's Digest and Script Mag tutorial sites for a month with these special codes. Use it for yourself and share with friends.

Get free access to the Writer's Digest and Script Mag tutorial sites for a month with these special codes. Use it for yourself and share with friends.

Recently, our team created coupon codes for one free month of access to our Writer's Digest Tutorials and Screenwriting Tutorials sites. If you cancel within the first month, it's a totally free experience to access the content. However, we hope you fall in love with and stick around beyond that.

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So, what do you get with each?

Writer's Digest Tutorials

The Writer's Digest Tutorials site is packed with more than 350 tutorials on the craft and business of writing. A few example tutorials include:

  • The First 10 Pages: How to Get (and Keep!) an Editor's Attention
  • How to Differentiate Characters
  • Essential Tips on How to Write a Novel in 30 Days
  • Plotting a Thriller
  • How to Succeed as a Freelance Writer
  • Making It Real: Breathing Life Into Fiction
  • Using the Real in Your Science Fiction and Fantasy
  • How to Plan and Structure the Dreaded Synopsis

And that's only the tip of the iceberg! There are so many tutorials on so many topics for writers presented by authors, agents, and other publishing professionals.

To get your one-month access, go to https://tutorials.writersdigest.com/, click the Subscribe Now! button, and enter the coupon code WDTUTORIAL25 at checkout.

Screenwriting Tutorials

The Screenwriting Tutorials site is loaded with more than 200 tutorials specifically geared toward the needs of screenwriters. A few example tutorials include:

  • Podcasting 101: Creating Your First Podcast
  • The Art of Writing the Twist Ending
  • The Set Piece: Writing the Scene That Will Sell Your Script
  • How to Create a Fabulous TV Script
  • Beginning Feature Film Writing: Creating Your 1-Pager
  • How to Write the Modern Ghost Story

And that's just for starters! If you want to get started in screenwriting or take your craft (and business) to the next level, this is the perfect opportunity to binge-watch a lot of great tutorials.

To get your one-month access, go to https://tutorials.screenwritersuniversity.com/, click the Subscribe Now! button, and enter the coupon code SWTUTORIAL25 at checkout.

Note: For both sites, the code will apply to your first month only and will be auto-renewed afterward unless canceled. So load up now before deciding if you want to stick around later.

Writing Goals and Intentions: 25 Prompts

Writing Goals and Intentions: 25 Prompts

Make this year your most successful writing year ever by considering the following questions to set your goals and intentions.

Is a Personal Essay Considered Journalism?

Is a Personal Essay Considered Journalism?

Journalist Alison Hill answers the question of whether or not the personal essay is considered journalism by defining the genre and offering examples. Plus, outlets for you to publish your own personal essay.

Forth vs. Fourth (Grammar Rules)

Forth vs. Fourth (Grammar Rules)

Learn when to use forth vs. fourth in your writing with Grammar Rules from the Writer's Digest editors, including a few examples.

Plot Twist Story Prompts: Bad Place

Plot Twist Story Prompts: Bad Place

Every good story needs a nice (or not so nice) turn or two to keep it interesting. This week, make the setting the antagonist.

Gaslighting in Romance: From Jane Eyre to the Present Day (and Why Writers Should Care)

Gaslighting in Romance: From Jane Eyre to the Present Day (and Why Writers Should Care)

Gaslighting can work its way into the backstory of a character, but it can also be misused. Here, author Emma Barry discusses gaslighting in romance.

Brad Taylor: On Real-Life Threats Inspiring Thriller Novels

Brad Taylor: On Real-Life Threats Inspiring Thriller Novels

Author and veteran Brad Taylor discusses the research that led to his new thriller novel, The Devil’s Ransom.

How Roleplaying Helps Our Writing—and Our Marriage

How Role-Playing Helps Our Writing—and Our Marriage

As co-writing partners who fully embody the stories they tell in their writing process, authors Emily Wibberley and Austin Siegemund-Broka share how role-playing helps their writing, and their marriage.

How To Get Started in Copywriting

How To Get Started in Copywriting

From writing and reading to majoring outside of journalism, copywriter and author Robert W. Bly shares how to get started in copywriting.

Poetry Prompt

Wednesday Poetry Prompts: 640

Every Wednesday, Robert Lee Brewer shares a prompt and an example poem to get things started on the Poetic Asides blog. This week, write a pursuit poem.