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Why the Editor is NOT the Enemy
They can be mean, unethical and downright unprofessional. But not all editors fit that bill. In fact, most editors would rather give you money that take it, make no changes than rewrite whole pieces two hours before deadline, and accept every... more...

To Outline Or Not To Outline
Ah, the age-old writer's debate--to outline or not to outline? Outlines have proven quite effective for a lot of writers, and many of the famous stories we know and love--such as Star Wars--were outlined before they were fleshed out into a... more...

Tight Lines, Writers!
"Tight lines" is a good luck wish among fishermen. When you've hooked a fish, your line tightens up. I was musing on this expression as my husband critiqued my lousy casting skills on our latest fishing expedition. Anthony's as accurate a caster as... more...

The Arrogant Writer: Five Ways to Nurture and Defend your Muse
Arrogance has a bad rap. We think of arrogant people as unpleasant to be around, full of themselves, and incapable of taking an interest in anyone else. However, when applied to one's own writing, a certain measure of well-placed arrogance can be... more...

Poetry Techniques
The style of writing poetry differs from person to person; long or short meters, three or four lines to a stanza. But the great thing is, no matter how a poem is written it still holds great emotion. Some techniques used in poetry are onomatopoeia,... more...

For Beginning Writers

The beginning of a writing career or writing hobby can be a delightful time in one's life. There is much self-insight and outer-world view to be gained when one takes up the writing habit. One should always strive to make writing enjoyable. We're here to provide you with ideas and opportunities to jumpstart your writing.

Of course most people know of the difficulties that can pursue a new writer: How do I find a publisher? What's the best place to publish online? How do I end writer's block? How can I make creative writing a habit? How do I come up with a daily writing topic? etc.

We hope that as you read through the articles on this site and on the linked sites you'll find the answers to all of those questions and the tools to help you reach your writing goal. Writing is fun, when you start with the right tools and information. This is was created with the idea of giving you those.

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