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Getting the Details Right in Your Writing: Myths and Facts About 3 Major Religions

[The Writer’s Digest Annual Conference (August 10-12, 2018) offers everything you need to advance your writing career creatively and professionally.] image from Getty By Jerry Jenkins, Tyler Moss and Brenda Janowitz (respectively) Accurat...

For the Love of Writing: 25 Wordsmiths Explain Why They Write

[Can you impress us in 1500 words or fewer? Enter the Short Short Story Competition today! Deadline January 15, 2018] Last month, we called for our readers to share the motivations behind their wondrous words and reasons behind their lov...

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prioritizing wips and life

Read a lot. I am getting ideas this way as I think of alternate plot lines (I jot down my ideas as I read in a word processor of good possible complications. Every story is retold). Read the classics and new. Since you are probably still re...

A Workshop Experience

As newsletter editor and webmaster for Writers Forum, I have tried for years to get several members to write about their experiences at workshops or conferences to share with the rest of us who had never been to one. The rest of us would li...

National Poetry Month

Here it is, almost the end of April, and I have nearly missed writing about National Poetry Month. National Poetry Month was started by the American Academy of Poets in 1996 “to remind the public that poets have an integral role to pl...

Haley Shapley: Celebrating Rule Breakers, History Makers, and Unstoppable Athletes

In this author spotlight, Haley Shapley, freelance writer and author of Strong Like Her: A Celebration of Rule Breakers, History Makers, and Unstoppable Athletes, shares her experience of juggling freelancing with book writing, following he...

20 Best Shakespeare Quotes From Shakespearean Sonnets and Plays

Discover the 20 best Shakespeare quotes from Shakespearean sonnets and plays. Picking the best 20 quotes from William Shakespeare is sort of like an impossible task. Not because it’s hard to find 20 notable quotes. Rather, there are so ma...

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...

The Cold Open: Facing the Blank Page

It’s any writer’s greatest fear: Facing the blank page with no ideas to get started. William Kenower shares how to get into the right mindset to begin writing and find your muse. This article was originally published in the January/Febr...

Historical Fiction: Discover New Truths in the Past

History books are great for sharing a macro-level view of the past, but historical fiction reveals truths about the way people lived in history. We have lost the anchor of our history. Our past has become almost unrecognizable in the public...

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