Writers can get defensive when getting critiques of their work. Create a plan for writing feedback from editors and critique partners and be a better writer.
To become a better writer, you must be willing to learn. Let’s put our own knowledge aside and let the professionals show us how to improve our skills today.
Learning to write for publication starts with getting your brain on board. Time to figure out where you are, where you want to go, and how to get there.
Fear is a hindrance to your success, both in learning to write and in applying that learning. How can you overcome fear and keep moving? Letâ€™s find out.
Back-to-School season is the perfect time to reset and reevaluate your writing schedule and get a fresh start as a writer. Here are 5 ways to get started.
The writing journey isnâ€™t always easy. How do you build writing motivation during hard times? How do you follow your creative dreams when itâ€™s easier to quit?
It’s smart to look for productive methods to grow and improve your writing. Get inspired by what helped these published writers and enrich your writing skills.
Writing isn’t one-size-fits-all. For each of us, there is a genre that fits best with our interests and abilities. Today we are finding your place as a writer.
Why are you a writer? Knowing your why as a writer can help you get writerâ€™s block and rejection. Letâ€™s talk about what motivates you to write.
One way of thinking about what you most want out of the year is by choosing a writing word of the year. Whatâ€™s a word that encapsulates your goals this year?
Any day can be a restartâ€”not just January 1st. You can revisit your writing goals daily, monthly, or quarterly. Letâ€™s look at 5 tips for SMART writing goals.
Negativity can deplete your creativity and energy. Today, letâ€™s look at practical ways you can be a more positive writerâ€”even in the face of rejection.
The physical act of writing can be hard on our bodies. One goal for the new year is to become a healthy writer, physically, and emotionally. Join us on the journey.
Welcome to a new writing year! Itâ€™s time to grow in your writing and Jan Fields reveals how to do that through new attitudes, new goals, and new habits.
When you plan and break things into steps, you know what needs to be done next. Letâ€™s look for positively motivating steps when making our new yearâ€™s writing plans.
Imagining a personal Scrooge-like journey can help us make choices for a brighter future in the new writing year. So, what are the Ghosts trying to tell you?
As you review your writing year, the only way to know where you are and where youâ€™re going is to focus on what you did accomplish, not what you didn’t.
Today we consider how investing in your writing time leads to successâ€”even if the piece youâ€™re currently working on doesnâ€™t ever get published.
Itâ€™s National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). Part experiment, part personal challenge, writing a novel in a month is an eye-opening experience.
Whenever we take a break from writing, it can be difficult to get back in the groove. Will we ever get it back? Letâ€™s talk about ways to rediscover your writing passion.