Stop in the Middle to Move Forward: how stopping before you’re done ensures future writing session success

Want another strategy to help break through a bad writing session and write productively every time? Try this trick for structuring your writing sessions to help build momentum and keep your story going.

How Creative Writers can Break Through a Bad Writing Session

Do you start writing only to stop a few paragraphs or even sentences in? You're not alone, and there are four problems that may be keeping you from having stellar writing sessions every time. Find out what they are and how to conquer them here!

Books on Editing: Edit Your Own Romance Novel by Ebony McKenna

What how-to editing book will help YOU hone your self-editing skills? This series of editing book reviews will help you figure it out.

How the Soft-Hearted Writer Can Survive Rejection (and even thrive!)

You have to be tough to be a writer. It's a well-known truth. From Stephen King's On Writing to the Instagram and Twitter writing communities, we all know writing results in lots of rejection necessary critical feedback Both are impossible to avoid and, in the long run, make you a better writer, so you need … Continue reading How the Soft-Hearted Writer Can Survive Rejection (and even thrive!)

Five Ways Writers Can Use Microsoft OneNote to Improve their Writing Lives

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Any time I mention Microsoft OneNote to writers, I get one of two responses. "Huh?"  Or... "Nah..."  Needless to say OneNote doesn't seem to inspire writers the way other writing apps such as Scrivener do.  BUT (I'm sure you sensed a BUT coming), it is a useful tool for research, outlining, character profiles, and brainstorming. While … Continue reading Five Ways Writers Can Use Microsoft OneNote to Improve their Writing Lives