How to Cure Writer’s Block: 23 Proven Ideas that Actually Work

BY HERMAN WILKINS The fact is that almost every writer faces writer’s block at some point in their career. Deadlines, storylines or even airlines can be the cause of this intellectual affliction. Writer’s block is real and can greatly affect your output. But, every writer of note has willed themselves out of this mental stupor. Writer’sContinue reading “How to Cure Writer’s Block: 23 Proven Ideas that Actually Work”

The Top 10 Mistakes New Writers Make

By Phoebe Yu So you want to write but don’t know where to start? The journey to becoming a published author is a bumpy ride with lots of ups and downs along the way.  As a new writer learning the ropes you will inevitably make some mistakes. That’s okay, but here’s a list of commonContinue reading “The Top 10 Mistakes New Writers Make”

Writer’s Block: 10 Ways to Defeat a Writer’s Worst Enemy

By Reedsy What is writer’s block? Writer’s block is the creative slump that authors face when they don’t know what to write. It affects writers in all stages of their career — and if left unchecked, it can impede your writing for days, weeks, or even months. The good news is there are plenty ofContinue reading “Writer’s Block: 10 Ways to Defeat a Writer’s Worst Enemy”

Solve 3 Painful Writing Problems with This 5-Step Process

Brian Clark is the founder of Copyblogger, the midlife personal growth newsletter Further, and Unemployable, an educational community that provides smart strategies for freelancers and solopreneurs. He is also co-founder of Copyblogger’s content marketing and SEO agency. I once asked the Copyblogger community to name their biggest writing problems. From the many responses, a pattern developed: How to getContinue reading “Solve 3 Painful Writing Problems with This 5-Step Process”

How To Make Money Freelance Writing: Websites That Pay Writers $50+

By  Make a Living Writing Tired of writing for pennies (or peanuts or whichever cliche for crappy pay you prefer) and ready to learn how to make money online for real? We’re tired of it, too. That’s why Carol started paying for posts a few years back — and why she upped her rates to $75+Continue reading “How To Make Money Freelance Writing: Websites That Pay Writers $50+”

The “Secret” to Writing Blockbuster Articles

By The Art of Blogging Tell me if this has ever happened to you: it’s Monday morning, and you’re ready to get some writing done. In your head, you’re already publishing a blockbuster article. The only thing that’s missing is the red carpet. But then you sit at your desk. That damn blank page reflectsContinue reading “The “Secret” to Writing Blockbuster Articles”

7 Lies About Becoming a Writer That You Probably Believe

This is an edifying article by Joe Bunting The profession of writing has been around for thousands of years. You would think we would have figured out how to become one by now, right? However, the more you read, the more you realize no one seems to agree on how to become a writer. Depending on who you listenContinue reading “7 Lies About Becoming a Writer That You Probably Believe”

How to Overcome Writer’s Block Once and for All: My Surprising Solution

Jerry Jenkins is the author of nearly 200 books with sales of more than 71 million copies, including the bestselling Left Behind series. You well know the frustration. It comes time to write, and you can’t produce a single word. Maybe you’ve tried for weeks, months, or even years. But still nothing comes. You’re suffering the dreadedContinue reading “How to Overcome Writer’s Block Once and for All: My Surprising Solution”

How to Establish Credibility in Your Writing (With audio version)

Jamie Goodwin: Jamie graduated from Brigham Young University- Idaho with a degree in English Education. She spent several years teaching and tutoring students at the elementary, high school, and college level. She currently works as a contract writer and curriculum developer for online education courses. In her free time, she enjoys running and spending timeContinue reading “How to Establish Credibility in Your Writing (With audio version)”

The Most Useful Writing Advice I’ve Ever Been Given

I’ve been studying writing for 20 years now. I’m at the point where I’ve now taught more workshops than I’ve been a student in, and yet I still feel like I’m constantly on the search for new gems of knowledge about writing to both share with my students, and use in my own practice. I’mContinue reading “The Most Useful Writing Advice I’ve Ever Been Given”