3 Mistakes Writing Groups Make and How to Fix Them

3 Mistakes Writing Groups Make and How to Fix Them

Writing groups are a great way to network with other writers, motivate yourself to stay on schedule with your writing, and get critiques for your work so you can improve your craft. At least, that’s how they’re supposed to work. In the real world, most writing groups...
4 Things You Should Know About Being A Ghostwriter

4 Things You Should Know About Being A Ghostwriter

The demand for behind-the-scenes writers is growing as busy time-poor entrepreneurs, consultants, subject experts, speakers, and corporate executives look for someone to write a blog post, a white paper, or even a book. Both fiction and nonfiction publishers also look...
10 Creative Writing Exercises for Beginners and Writers

10 Creative Writing Exercises for Beginners and Writers

Writing can be so much fun when you get lost in your writing and get into flow. Whether you want to improve your writing skills, write a novel, or just have fun writing, practicing a creative writing exercise is a great way to get started. The purpose of a creative...
How to Write a Query Letter for Nonfiction

How to Write a Query Letter for Nonfiction

Writing a query letter for a nonfiction book can be challenging because, unlike when you’re querying fiction, there’s no tried-and-true formula for writing a nonfiction query letter. That said, if you break down the perfect nonfiction query letter into its...
How to Write Citations for a Book

How to Write Citations for a Book

If you’ve heard anything about writing citations for a book, then chances are you’re probably extremely confused about what to do. That’s because there are so many different ways to write citations—from APA to MLA to the Chicago Manual of Style...