There aren’t many things that are more revealing than art. Whether writing a story, painting a picture, or singing a song, we put ourselves directly into the things we create. Knowing this, many people tend to keep their creations to themselves for fear of judgment from others and/or having their work...
- Maximizing Writing Productivity While Working Full-TimeRather than seeing full-time work as a hindrance to the craft, writers can channel advantages of their situation to maximize writing productivity. Here’s how to do that. The post Maximizing Writing Productivity While Working Full-Time appeared first on WritersDigest.com.
- Thesaurus AbuseWriting Prompt: Thesaurus Abuse | Visit a thesaurus website or grab a thesaurus from your book shelf if you have one. Search or flip through until you find five preposterously verbose, bombastic, grandiloquent alternatives for everyday words. Using all five terms, write a scene about a character who writes "purple prose" or speaks in overly […]
- Funny You Should Ask: How Do You Become a Literary Agent?Funny You Should Ask is a humorous and handy column by literary agent Barbara Poelle. In this edition, she answers a reader’s question about how to become a literary agent. The post Funny You Should Ask: How Do You Become a Literary Agent? appeared first on WritersDigest.com.
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