For Authors/Writers

3 Reasons Not To Rely On Family And Friends To Market Your Book

4 Pieces of Debated Grammar

5 Books You Need to Read If You Are a Writer

5 Laws to Becoming a Writer

5 Reasons Not to Market Your Book

6 Easy Ways to Market Your Book Without Even Thinking About It

7 Reasons Not to Follow the Writing Crowd

7 Secrets Every Author Should Know

7 Things Your Editor Needs to Hear You Say

7 Top Historical Writing Mistakes

7 Warning Signs You Are a Writer

7 Warning Signs Your Muse is in Control

7 Ways to Get Your Book Known

10 Guest Post Topics Authors Are Afraid Of

10 Author Networking Myths That Will Hurt You

10 Reasons Writers Quit

13 Grammar Rules Authors Ignore

18 Ways To Avoid Writing Burnout

34 Words Authors Get Confused

The Art Of Crafting Stories to Reach Unique Target Audiences

Author Marketing Tip: Get Personal

Author Marketing Tip — Spend Money

Author Marketing Tip — Use Business Cards

Author Marketing Tips — Create a Marketing Plan

Author Marketing Tip — Place Ads

Author Marketing Tip: Put a Lot of Work Into It

Author Marketing Tip: Tell Secrets In Guest Posts

Author Marketing Tip — Use Swag

Author Networking Tip — Avoid Bashing Others

Author Networking No-No: Talking Too Much

Author Networking Tip — Avoid Drama

Author Networking Tip: Be Ethical

Author Networking Tips — Be Polite

Author Networking Tips — Don’t Get Into Arguments

Author Networking Tip — Give Expertise and Not Products

Author Networking Tip — Step Out of Your Comfort Zone

Author Networking Tip: Know Who You Want to Network With

Author Networking Tip: Research Social Networking Sites

Author Networking Tips — Talk About Anything But Your Book

Authors: Know the Publishing Process

Authors: Spamming Can Hurt Your Networking

Be Controversial in Your Guest Posts

Character Development for Your Story

Choosing Your Point of View

Commas and Clauses — A Big Editing Mistake

Common Editing Mistakes — No Proofreading

Conflict, Crisis, and Resolution in Your Writing

Creating Good Dialogue

Creating Good Dialogue — Eavesdrop

Creating Good Dialogue in Your Story

Delicious Cake Writing Prompt

Developing a Character to Cheer For

Developing Your Author Platform

The Disillusioned Author

Don’t Proofread Your First Draft

Edit Your Work by Reading It Backwards

Example of Self-Editing That First Draft

Exploring Show Don’t Tell

Familiar Settings Allows Readers to Connect with Characters

First or Third Person?

The Gallows and Point of View

Getting Away From Your Writing

Getting Reactions From Your Readers

How to Avoid Author Marketing Disasters

How to Correct Run-On Sentences

How to Develop Dialogue in Your Novel

How to Do the Dictionary Creative Writing Prompt

How to Get Reviews for Your Book

How to Name Your Characters

How to Start a Book: Writing Your First Novel

How to Write 12 Novels in a Year

How To Write A Novel: Step By Step

Inspire Your Muse by Going to the Fair

Inspire Your Muse with an Historical Tour

Market Your Book with a Good Price

Market Your Book with Advanced Reader Copies

Military Picture Writing Prompt

The Myths of Networking

The Need to Research Your Writing

Networking for Authors- Personal vs. Business

Old Building Writing Prompt

Picture Writing Prompt — Factory Plant

Picture Writing Prompt — Two Girls

Picture Writing Prompt — Walking Down the Road

The Power of a Writer’s Voice

The Purpose of Quotation Marks

Reading as a Writer and as a Reader

Revealing Character Through Action

The Right Ambiance for Your Story

Start a Writer’s Journal

Successful Writers Can Take Constructive Criticism

Tips on Writing Books

Understanding Perspective as a Writer

Understanding the Case of Nouns in Your Creative Writing

Use Facebook to Get Book Reviews

Use Giveaways to Get Your Book Reviewed

Use Your Profile to Get Traffic to Your Blog

Using Alliteration in Your Writing

The Value of Putting Your Book on Amazon

What are Run-On Sentences?

When Your Family Isn’t Behind Your Writing

Write Better By Setting Goals

Write Better by Practicing Rewording Sentences

Write Your Autobiography

Writing a Short Story: Tips to Help You

Writing Myth — Editing is Optional

Writing Numbers 0–100

Writing Prompts Everywhere

Writing Prompts for Fall

Writing Tip: Challenge Yourself

Writing Tip: Finding Inspiration in a Dream

Writing Tip: Get Material at Work

Writing Tip: Get Your Work Professionally Edited

Authors — Do You Follow up With a Reviewer?

Authors Show Poor Educational Background

Baked Potato Picture Writing Prompt

Basic Key Elements of Fiction Writing

A Better Vocabulary Shows a Better Writer

Cat Picture Writing Prompts

Commas and Conjunctions

Create a Mental Movie of Your Novel

Creating Good Dialogue: People Watch

The Dangers and Benefits of Using Anaphora in Your Writing

Use a Vacation to Inspire Your Muse