Summer is the perfect time to improve your writing. Susan Ludwig helps you identify problem writing areas and offers actionable tips to solve those issues.
Breaks from writing can unclog the creative pipes, but you must use them well. Get tips to avoid the summertime writing slump and keep your momentum going.
Summer offers writers new opportunities as schedules change. Today, Jan Fields provides four exercises for finding writing inspirationâ€”at any time of year!
Victoria Sherrow takes us through what readers are looking for in an effective endings in nonfiction and how we can give them what they want with style.
Something to consider as you finish your book is finding an ending that makes the best impression on the reader. Check out 3 ways to say The End.
Contest: Sci-Fi First Pages | 1st Place
May 20, 2022
Creativity and fear donâ€™t mix. In this post, Jan Fields gives us 3 steps for overcoming writing fear so you can finish your book. Banish those fears today!
Your ending needs something, but you canâ€™t quite figure it out. Join Victoria Sherrow for tips on writing a satisfying ending to your characterâ€™s journey.
Hannah G. Solomon Dared to Make a DifferenceMay 13, 2022
Contest: Middle Grade Mystery | 1st Place
May 6, 2022
You finished writing your book. Yay! Now what? Jan Fields helps you make a plan for when you finish the book. You might be surprised at what comes next.
Are your characters keeping you from finishing your book? Develop your characters, retool them if needed, and finish your book with these tips from Jan Fields.
How do successful writers finish writing a book? IFW Instructor Victoria Sherrow reveals 10 motivational writing tips to get you from draft to finished project.
“Growing a Beautiful GardenApril 29, 2022
Revising to get within word count can be painful. Jan Fields shares revision techniques to make the process less painful and your writing stronger than ever.
JAKE/GEEKApril 22, 2022
The perfect ending is more than the point where you stop writing. It’s where everything you’ve written before pays off. Today, letâ€™s revise and stick the landing.
Today, we use investment strategies to prioritize your writing and manage your time just like you would your money. Make a plan to dedicate time to your stories.
When writing for children, one of the toughest parts of any piece to write is the middle. Today we look at four revision tools to help you tackle the messy middle.
A big picture revision is to make sure your writing, whether fiction or nonfiction, engages the reader at the beginning, keeps the reader through the middle, and offers a satisfying ending.