Posts tagged "writing tips"



Is There a Best Time of Day to Be Creative?

5 days ago

8 Self-Publishing Secrets For Designing An eBook Cover

13th January, 2015

Get Some Work Done: The Best Writing Environments for Mac OS X

6th January, 2015

Discover The Secrets Of Your Own Writing Process

24th December, 2014

Rank Your Online Writing & Gather Social Influence With ClearVoice

21st November, 2014

May The Muse Win: How To Break The Destructive Habit Of Editing While Writing

6th November, 2014

Publish Your Book With Amazon’s Crowdsourced Kindle Scout Program

29th October, 2014

Block Out Distractions With This Excellent Selection Of Background Sounds

12th October, 2014

Complete NaNoWriMo 2014 With Time Management Tricks & Distraction-Free Apps

10th October, 2014

How To Be Happy In Five Minutes A Day

9th October, 2014

How Do Some Of The Most Famous Writers Get Work Done?

9th October, 2014

Little-Known Punctuation Marks That Need To Make A Comeback

3rd October, 2014
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The Seven Deadly Sins Of Punctuation

27th September, 2014

Vital Mobile Apps For The Android-Using Writer

18th September, 2014

Start A Digital Journaling Habit With A 30-Day Challenge

15th September, 2014

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How To Write A Great Lede When Writing For The Web

April 5, 2014

One of the hardest elements is concocting a great lede; ledes being the one chance you have of persuading readers to commit to an article in full. Here are five tips to start well.


10 Ways To Celebrate National Poetry Month

April 8, 2014

April is National Poetry Month in the US. Anyone can participate in the festivities online. There’s no shortage of great ideas from the likes of the New York Times, NPR, and more.


13 Browser-Based Tools For Writers

February 17, 2014

Whether you need help with organization or a clean slate on which to write your words, these tools will prove useful to all of you who write on a regular basis. Don’t miss out!


Google Docs Adds-Ons For Students: These 5 Will Help You Write A Paper

March 27, 2014

Word-processing for students has long been the domain of Microsoft Word, but the recent release of add-ons is making Google Docs an appealing free option.

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