Want to write better? Stop writing for everybody.
Whether you’re writing fiction or non-fiction, long-term effects could improve your story.
Do you state the obvious? Do you use any of these redundant phrases?
Improve your writing by replacing weak, vague words like these.
Stop expecting perfection. You’ll write more, and you’ll write better.
Hustle and flow without a plan and you’ll end up on the freelance plateau, dreading your work.
Do you get frustrated when readers don’t follow your advice? You shouldn’t. That’s a good thing.
Readers don’t want to know everything you know. They want to know the things that matter.
Austin Kleon’s take on what you should share, how to share and getting fans and followers.
Reasons why you should show what you’ve got.
We have over 1,000 new words to work with. Here are 20.
Tips and advice for managing your material. Part 3 of three.
Do you expect a steady, comfortable stream of work from a few measly attempts to find clients?
Tips to make your writing sharper and more engaging.
Tips to get your mind right and get started. Part 1 of three.