• 5 Strategies for Overcoming Writer’s Block

    You’ve come so far in your writer’s journey. You’ve taken on the challenge of writing a book, carved out time in your schedule to make your dream a reality, and begun giving your thoughts life. Now, you hear a faint knocking on the page where you’ve left off, and sure enough, an unwanted visitor has made an appearance. Overcoming writer’s block is one of the biggest annoyances in the business, so we’re bringing you five strategies to get you to put pen to paper again. 1. Slow Down in Silence As a writer, it’s understandable when your book has taken…

  • 7 Tips To Stay Creative

    Every-day life routines can start feeling mundane after a while. And if you’re like many of us, quarantining at home due to the current global pandemic COVID-19, life at home will definitely start feeling tedious pretty soon (if it’s not already). It’s important to shake things up a bit to stay sharp and full of fresh ideas. We’re constantly writing new stories and trying to find the next big hit, but after a while, it can become challenging to do something new. In order to raise your level of expertise, authority, and innovation as a writer, you have to become…

  • Tips to Start Writing Your Book Now

    Millions of people want to write a book, but only a few will. Let’s get your book across the finish line! With the right mindset and some helpful tips, writing a book can also be a rewarding experience. In this article, we offer tips to help you start writing, the steps involved in writing your book, and a deeper dive into finding beta readers to read your work when it’s time. 3 Tips to Start Writing Your Book The first step to writing your book is to simply get started. Here are some tips to help you overcome the initial…

  • How to Write a Captivating Short Story

    According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, a short story is defined as an invented narrative that’s shorter than a novel, deals with a few characters, and often concentrates on the creation of mood rather than plot. A short story can come in varying shapes and sizes: Traditional: 1,500-5000 words Flash Fiction: 500-1,000 words Micro Fiction: 5-350 words Writing a short story can sometimes be more difficult than writing a full novel. You have to captivate your readers, take them on a journey to a different world, and create character and story depth, all in under 5,000 words. That is why your first…