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...
- The Novel in the DrawerFor many writers, when can't get their first novel published, they put it in a drawer and write a second one. Here, Gayle Abrams discusses the decision to put that first novel in the drawer and move on to book two, or to persevere with the first. The post The Novel in the Drawer appeared […]
- Sunny Author Jason Reynolds on Writing, Publishing and Advice for New WritersAward-winning YA novelist Jason Reynolds has cemented his place in literary history with titles like When I Was the Greatest, The Boy in the Black Suit and Long Way Down. Here we talk to Jason about writing, publishing and his advice for new authors. The post Sunny Author Jason Reynolds on Writing, Publishing and Advice […]
- Keeping the Writing Faith: 6 Ways to Keep Your Novel on Track With a Process JournalJennifer Haupt discusses six strategies for using a process journal to stay motivated, conquer writer's block, and keep making progress on your novel. The post Keeping the Writing Faith: 6 Ways to Keep Your Novel on Track With a Process Journal appeared first on WritersDigest.com.
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