On the third Tuesday of every month, the ProWritingAid community is invited to join Andrew (A.J.) Ogilvie, PhD, Professor of Business Communication for an in-depth training and Q&A.
Today’s guest post is by Kathleen Pooler. “It is the complicated, abiding pleasure, to paraphrase Ralph Waldo Emerson, of finding the universal thread that connects us to the rest of humanity, and, by doing so, turns our small, personal sorrows and individual tragedies into art,” says Dani Shapiro from The New Yorker. Finding a compelling story […]
On the second Tuesday of every month, the ProWritingAid community is invited to bring all their questions to our favorite Book Doctor, Sally O-J.
Today’s guest post is by Jeanna Bray. Apart from your desire to be an author and determination on this thorny path, what makes a successful writer? According to veterans of the industry, it’s lots of reading, writing, and a supportive community. The sites from today’s selection can provide you with all the three. So, without […]
Setting is so often overlooked or pushed to the background in fiction. But it is, perhaps, one of the most powerful elements of a story. If you aren’t thinking carefully about the settings in your story, I hope you’ll think again. Setting isn’t just where your overall story is set, it’s all those locations you […]
You’ve been writing for a while. Your friends and family love what you’re doing. But how do you know if your work is ready for publication? We joined Joelle Hann to find out how you can tell if publication is the right route for you.
Are you a small business owner who wants to boost your business’s content production? Hiring a freelance writer is the fastest way to hit your content goals. But hiring is no easy task. Read on for our complete guide to hiring the right freelance writer for your business!
Thinking of writing non-fiction? Follow these seven structural steps for a book that will engage readers, lead them to success, and drive sales.
Are your onboarding emails bringing in new customers? Or do they seem to disappear into the ether and fail to yield any tangible results? Use these seven tips to engage readers and turn them into devoted customers.
21 time New York Times bestselling author Jerry Jenkins joined us for a live webinar where he answered writers questions about his process, how to get started when you’re stuck, and how to make your readers really care about your characters. Watch the replay now.