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I think before you quit your job you need to get into the routine of writing every day. I would recommend one hour of intensive writing per day five days a week.

Ashley Scott Meyers on critical screenwriting lessons, how to make a living as a screenwiter, and what it felt like when one of his scripts was produced.

How to Effectively Handle Time Shifts in Your Story . . . "Everything that happens in your fiction should occur at the moment when it will evoke the greatest response from a reader."

Author Lisa Lenard-Cook explains when and how to use time shifts to heighten the emotional impact of your story.

Nathan Bransford

Author and former literary agent Nathan Bransford discusses (among other things) the ongoing emphasis on author platform, publisher and author marketing responsibilities, and in what way being a li.

Instruction and advice on all phases of writing.  Lucky me -- I can read Writer's Digest online through the library, but even if I couldn't, I would subscribe to this "must have" for writers!

The special "It's Never Too Late!"-themed Writer’s Digest is filled with maps for reaching your writing goals. Write a book, become your own boss and more.

Book publicist Patrick Walsh discusses social media promotion, making book-marketing advice work for you, and more.

Book publicist Patrick Walsh discusses social media promotion, making book-marketing advice work for you, and more.

20 Great Writers on the Art of Revision, including Dorothy Parker Elmore Leonard Ernest Hemingway Kurt Vonnegut Mark Twain Neil Gaiman Raymond Chandler Roald Dahl Susan Sontag Vladimir Nabokov Will Self nick hornby

20 Great Writers on the Art of Revision

Are you struggling to write opening likes that hook and intrigue? I have just the guide you need over on the Well-Storied blog!

Whether you’re writing the first line of your book or simply starting a new chapter, opening lines are tough. In the span of just a sentence or two, you must convince readers that your story is worth their time. Scary right? Opening lines are your bargain

Top 10 Tips for Writing YA Romance | Because what's a good YA novel without an interesting love triangle?

Peeta's Top 10 Tips for YA Romance

Top 10 Tips for Writing YA Romance Because what's a good YA novel without an interesting love triangle?

Useful guide for writers at the editing stage.

Different Types of Editing

Infographic: The Types of Book Editing. Editing is essential for a book about to splash into the market. It was said by William Zinsser, author of On Writing Well, that the best writers are often the best re-writers.

Author Caroline Leavitt reveals the fears behind her middle-of-the-night writer anxieties, the contents of her colored book tour folders, her reaction to the praise her latest novel is receiving, and more in this 5 On interview.

Author Caroline Leavitt reveals the fears behind her middle-of-the-night writer anxieties, the contents of her colored book tour folders, her reaction to the praise her latest novel is receiving, and more in this 5 On interview.

What Does It Mean to Read Like a Writer?

Learn what it means to see and read the world in terms of narrative design.

Writing is super, super important. Here are 5 tips to get you started.

5 tips on how to write dialogue

Jim Thomsen

Editor Jim Thomsen discusses freelance editing, story craft, favorite authors, and his own authorial aspirations.

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