Good writing comes from good editing. A professional editor does more than correct mistakes; they can help you turn lead into gold! The following podcast includes 10 reasons to hire a professional editor.
To get into the Halloween mood this October, kill your boredom and improve your writing skills with one of these fun horror tropes!
Horrific? More like prolific! Here are some writing tips from some of the best-loved monsters of all time.
Whether your favorite piece of writing advice is to "go after inspiration with a club" (Jack London) or to simply eat chocolate biscuits (Neela Mann and Lliana Bird), you can apply it to your everyday life. Check out our top eight writing lessons that you can use to help you interpret and live in the real world.
Want to write more articles? And more often? Then follow in the footsteps of magazine editors and utilize an editorial calendar. Our editors explain the benefits of using an editorial calendar in this podcast.
A book does not always end with the story. The last few pages at the back of a novel may contain what is known "as back mater," or, in plain terms, a discussion on some aspect of the book. If you are interested in the different elements of back matter, this podcast will be a helpful resource.
Punctuation marks may not seem important, but they are. Without correct usage of punctuation, the meaning of a sentence can be lost. This podcast will highlight the basic rules of English language punctuation.
Readers easily tire of seeing the same old blog posts all the time. Bring your blog back to life with these four blog post structures.
As discussed in our article explaining how to write a book review, book reviews are very different from book reports. In order to illustrate what a book review is, we have provided a book review example for your reference.
Are you looking for a good way to end your story, searching for the best way to leave your protagonist and resolve your plot? This podcast will help you decide the best way to end your plot with its insightful tips regarding protagonists and how to avoid a "paper dragon".