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.
Category: Writing Community
After a year-and-a-half-long writing slump, Katarina shares three pretty useful ways to pull yourself out of a hole.
It can be a challenge to find engaging writing communities because a majority of writers are introverts. Even if you’re not an introvert, when a lot of your energy goes into your writing, it can be a challenge to make connections with other people—even if they’re 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.
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.
SM gives advice, discovered through personal experience, to other writers with ADHD including how to handle procrastination, hyper-focusedness, and time management.
A writing coach might be a good fit for you depending on what you need help with in your writing. And what better way to explain what a writing coach is, then directly from the source! Connie reached out to a fellow Scribbler and writing coach, Kim Lozano, and her own writing coach, Mary Adkins, to learn more about what a writing coach does, and how they can help you accomplish your writing goals.
Consider the following strategies that can help you go about writing a prologue that will win over readers and agents alike with examples that come from books you should be able to find at your local library.