Larissa takes us on a personal journey of how to deal with rejection based in her unique experiences of being an actor, a writer, and diagnosed with autism later in life.
As both a mother and a writer, Laura shares a personal piece about the often-elusive balance of finding time to write while being a stay-at-home-mom.
I’m getting tired of reading posts from so-called “aging” writers who are racing furiously against the tick-tocks of their inner clocks. I’ve had it with ….
Katarina learned several (painful) lessons about querying too early and shares what she’s learned in hopes it will help other writers.
Kim discusses “writing rules” in their newest blog post, quoting famous authors’ stances on how to handle writing rules when it comes to crafting the best story for your audience.
As part of a four-part series, mother-daughter writing duo Anne and Gretchen share all the ways you can ruin a potentially riveting mystery, causing readers to put down your mystery novel and ban you from their reading list forever.
RJ shares a personal story of how their writing journey has developed — from just starting to put thoughts on paper to having their first writing credit.
When Jessica started querying for the first time, she felt she had no idea what she was doing — as many first-time queriers do. After months in the query trenches, she shares what she’s learned during her journey.