Writing a book review can be hard but it's oh so important to authors. This guide will help you write a compelling review while still being objective and kind.
It takes time, energy and focus to make something a habit - but these methods to improve attitude and execution can make it feel easier than it seems.
Procrastination is a normal part of any process. But it's important to still make that time count. Here's ten ideas on how you can still be productive - without writing a thing!
I finally caved to the dark side and downloaded Scrivener. After using it for a few months, here are the perks and downfall's of the software everyone loves.
It's one of the most exciting yet nerve-wracking phone call in your life. Make sure you are prepared with these tips and questions!
Last week, we talked about HOW to read, now let's get down to the nitty gritty. Here's twelve questions to ask yourself while studying your favorite novel.
How do you take a novel and really learn from it as a writer? Here are six tips on how to approach your favorite book like a teaching tool.
Some writers love it, some writers hate it. But all are in agreement as to the importance of a well-researched novel. Here are eleven tips to create a focused, useful research plan for your next novel.
Here are four questions to ask yourself that will transform vague new year's resolutions to STRONG and ATTAINABLE goals!
There's nothing worse than having equally intriguing and exciting ideas for your next project. Let's take a look at some of the exercises that helped me choose.