The Story Building Collection + 40% OFF Sale Today Only

Today we’re having a One-Day-Only 40% OFF Sale on nearly everything in our shop using the code TAKE40MORE. That's on top of other discounts. I highly recommend using it on our Story Building Collection. Here's why.
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Today we’re having a One-Day-Only 40% OFF Sale on nearly everything in our shop using the code TAKE40MORE. While you should go in and browse around and grab the resource you need to help you along the way of your writing career, I thought I’d point on one of the best bundles we have (which is eligible for the 40% discount):

The Story Building Collection

This bundle include 6 writing resources filled with advice on:

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  • How to Plot and Structure Your Book
  • The keys between Showing and Telling (and examples on how to do it correctly)
  • Plot vs. Character (and how to make both work together for a great book)
  • Understanding how editors evaluate your manuscript in just the few first pages (so you can make it better!)
  • And more.

This bundle is already heavily discounted, but for one day only you can take an additional 40% off and download it all today.

Order now!

Manuscript Finished? Below are Resources to Help You!

Already written your book and ready to submit? Here are a bunch of resources to help you with researching, querying and landing an agent (and most of these qualify for the 40% off too!):

How To Get a Literary Agent – Books, Webinars, Bundles & More

Poetic Forms

Rannaigecht Mor Gairit: Poetic Forms

Poetic Form Fridays are made to share various poetic forms. This week, we look at the rannaigecht mor gairit, a variant form of the rannaigecht.


The Writer, The Inner Critic, & The Slacker

Author and writing professor Alexander Weinstein explains the three parts of a writer's psyche, how they can work against the writer, and how to utilize them for success.


Todd Stottlemyre: On Mixing and Bending Genres

Author Todd Stottlemyre explains how he combined fiction and nonfiction in his latest book and what it meant as a writer to share his personal experiences.


Plot Twist Story Prompts: Take a Trip

Every good story needs a nice (or not so nice) turn or two to keep it interesting. This week, have a character take a trip somewhere.


Making the Switch from Romance to Women’s Fiction

In this article, author Jennifer Probst explains the differences between romance and women's fiction, the importance of both, and how you can make the genre switch.


Stephanie Wrobel: On Writing an Unusual Hero

Author Stephanie Wrobel explains how she came to write about mental illness and how it affects familial relationships, as well as getting inside the head of an unusual character.


Who Are the Inaugural Poets for United States Presidents?

Here is a list of the inaugural poets for United States Presidential Inauguration Days from Robert Frost to Amanda Gorman. This post also touches on who an inaugural poet is and which presidents have had them at their inaugurations.


Precedent vs. President (Grammar Rules)

Learn when to use precedent vs. president with Grammar Rules from the Writer's Digest editors, including a few examples of correct usages.

Poetry Prompt

Wednesday Poetry Prompts: 554

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 future poem.