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I find Twitter utterly pointless. The truth is, your market is not other writers, and really other writers follow you for the same reason you follow them – to get more followers. Are you interested in the works of those you follow? I&...

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WF Book Club June Edition

Alright everyone, it’s that time again. The WF Forum Book Club is on to month two of the hopefully long and illustrious career of reviewing and critically looking at literature from all across the board. And for this month’s surprising ...

An In-Depth Review of the Student Works Management Program

Is the Student Works Management Program the ultimate management experience or a total scam? The Student Works Management Program claims to be the ultimate experience for young entrepreneurs. Over the course of 8 months, they promise to teac...

Leslie Lutz: Letting Go to Find Writing Success

In this author spotlight, Leslie Lutz, author of Fractured Tide, shares her experience of rewriting the middle of her novel, learning to let go of writing that doesn’t work, and more. Leslie Lutz Leslie Lutz is the author of Fractured Tid...

Writing Strong Settings: Writing Prompts for Socially-Isolated Authors

How are writers supposed to write settings when we’re supposed to stay at home? Christine Meade offer writing prompts and tips fro writing strong settings during social isolation. For fiction writers looking to stay productive during eith...

6 Tips for Writing Online Exams

Tips for writing online exams? Yes, please! We’ve gathered some basics for you to follow so you can ace those online exams this semester. With this massive switch to online teaching and learning in a short time frame, you might be writing...

WriteReader Templates Can Help Students Start the Writing Process

WriteReader is a great tool for creating multimedia stories that I’ve featured a half dozen times or more over the years. The last time I wrote about it they had just added some new page styles. Last… Read the whole entry at Fre...

Book Review: First Cut, by Judy Melinek and T.J. Mitchell

The March 14 Writers Forum program will be a presentation by Bay Area authors Judy Melinek and T.J. Mitchell. Their presentation will be ‘Working Stiffs: Getting Your Murder Scene Right.’ To get a good look at the talent they in...

Why (& How) Books Sometimes Get New Covers

Novelist and Editor-at-Large, Jessica Strawser, shares some of the many reasons why book covers might see redesign over the course of their lifespans. You get only one chance, the saying goes, to make a first impression. But if your book la...

Becoming a Multigenre Writing Master

A children’s book writer, novelist, short story author, and screenwriter walk into a bar. It’s not a joke, it’s one writer’s day. This essay from our September 2019 issue shows how Simon Van Booy manages his workflow for multigenre ...

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