Do you feel like you're too shy or introverted to share your writing and market it well? Here a Literary Agent shares the 5 techniques that bestselling authors use to help them overcome their shyness so they can succeed as writers!
How to Find Your Writing Voice — Well-Storied - This is good advice. Finding your writing voice is so important in helping you stand out from the rest of the crowd, something I figured out years ago writing for Llewelln.
5 Ways to Recover After a Writing Burnout - a guest teaching session with Nichole Severn
I’ve been there—several times—and I bet you have too. You work non-stop on getting that draft finished, going through round after round of revisions, then copy edits. Add on top of that your family life, the day job, and keeping up with personal relationships. All of that together is bound to lead to a burnout every now and then. You start dreading opening that document, your brain hasn’t come up with any new story ideas, and you even hate the idea of logging online to promote your…
Writers are readers first and those books we’re so eager to get our hands on aren’t just fiction. If you’re looking for books of the writerly variety, look no further. Here are my top eight books for writers.
Want to bring your characters to life on the page? Check out this post from ShesNovel.com that explores the Myers Brigg Type Indicator (MBTI) and how you can use the results to better understand your characters' personalities.