In the February 2015 Writer's Digest feature article, “Get in Good With Goodreads," fan favorite Goodreads Author Michael J. Sullivan shows you how to make the most of this popular online reader hub. For authors needing even more detailed technical assistance setting up their profiles, he’s created a free PDF download.
Lygia Day Peñaflor: On Writing Unconventional Villains
Author Lygia Day Peñaflor discusses the high school experience that inspired her new YA psychological drama, Creep: A Love Story.
Writing Doesn't Have to Be Lonely: 5 Benefits of Joining a Writing Organization
Author and Sisters in Crime Vice President Jennifer J. Chow reflects on 35 years of the women's crime writer's organization and the five benefits of joining a writing organization—even if you're an introvert.
5 Tips for Forming Your Own Distinct Voice (and Why That’s Important)
While emulating authors you love is a natural starting point, finding your own voice in storytelling is paramount to your success. Author Ronald Kelly shares 5 tips for forming your own writing voice.
Keeping the Emotion of the True Story (From Script)
In this week’s round up brought to us by Script magazine, Barri Evins offers writers invaluable pointers on navigating the pitfalls, as well as capturing the potential of the true story, peppered with lots of real-life examples.
Sarah Bonner: On a Rom-Com Becoming a Psychological Thriller
Author Sarah Bonner discusses how she started her debut novel as short story before it became the psychological thriller, Her Perfect Twin.
Kerri Maniscalco: On Big Reveals in Fantasy Fiction
New York Times bestselling author Kerri Maniscalco discusses the satisfaction in finishing a series with her new fantasy novel, Kingdom of the Feared.
WD Presents: A New Podcast Episode, Novel Conference Registration, and More!
This week, we're excited to announce a new podcast episode about literary agents, Novel Conference registration reminder, and more!