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Ever feel like there are too many rules?

There is a lot to be said for that old adage: Write without fear; edit without mercy. If you’re so afraid of breaking rules that you get to the point where you can’t write, then I think you’re in trouble. As @Steve Rivers ...

Queen’s Letter: Oneofthesedays

One thing is for sure: stressful times make writers write. And stressful interactions with others can make us write even more. Another word from our President and Queen…written before the Cottonwood Rodeo of last weekend. And before a...

5 Fun Creative Writing Prompts for Kids and Parents

Here are five fun creative writing prompts for kids and parents of all ages shared by Writer’s Digest editor and father of five Robert Lee Brewer. As a parent of five kids, I’ve found that sometimes the hardest part of parenting is comi...

Telling the Stories of War: Author Roundtable

Three award-winning journalists discuss their unique approaches to chronicling seminal moments in American military history with Writer’s Digest columnist Don Vaughn. This article about writing war stories previously appeared in the Janua...

Jaime Breitnauer: Writing About the Spanish Flu Epidemic and Its Influence on History

Author spotlights (like this one with Jaime Breitnauer, author of The Spanish Flu Epidemic and Its Influence on History from Pen and Sword) are a great way to learn how authors are finding success writing and publishing their books. Jaime B...

Vintage WD: Chris Bohjalian, The WD Interview

Chris Bohjalian’s newest book, The Red Lotus, was released this week. To celebrate, here’s Jessica Strawser’s 2014 interview with Chris Bohjalian in which they discuss his passion for the craft and his goal to never write the same bo...

Vintage WD: Jay Anson, The Man Who Wrote The Amityville Horror

Jay Anson, author of The Amityville Horror, died on this day in 1980. Read the full Writer’s Digest profile of the author from March 1979. By William J. Slattery Controversy rages around Jay Anson and his book The Amityville Horror. Some ...

Learning From Vintage Magazines: Back in the Day

Fiction and nonfiction writers alike can glean lessons about writing from the examples of industry defying, sometimes outlandish, vintage magazines, and comics. Don Vaughn explains in this essay from the May/June 2019 issue of Writer’s Di...

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Van’s Progress Journal

The story so far. Or the prequel. Or just me explaining where I am at this point in the development of my stories and where I hope to be in the new year. Long post. Apologies. Flight of the Starbird is a novel I began about 3 years ago. I t...

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I’m getting peeved off.

I feel confused at what you just said and I will attempt to answer it. I would say I have tried to compose description on a piece of paper for a good while. It does not according to the reader’s criticism read well. Due to the lack of...

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