Why You Should Treat Your Passion Like a Job

Making your dream of becoming a full-time author a reality.  Most writers have a few things in common: A need to write A habitual overconsumption of caffeine A desire to make writing their career However, in order to be able to sustain yourself (and your family) on your writing, it's important to treat your passion … Continue reading Why You Should Treat Your Passion Like a Job

iWriterly Video: How to Make Time for Writing

Do you struggle to fit writing into your busy schedule? Do other activities always seem to take priority over your writing? Learn how to prioritize your time so you can write more and achieve your dreams.   https://youtu.be/OL0k5QGSKFs   About iWriterly iWriterly is your go-to resource for all things bookish. Learn how to write and edit … Continue reading iWriterly Video: How to Make Time for Writing

iWriterly Video: Writing Resources

To learn more about the craft of writing as well as the publishing industry, tune into Meg LaTorre's list of her top 11 writing resources.   https://youtu.be/ehVpUQm-YfI     JOIN THE BOOK NERD COMMUNITY Stay up-to-date on Meg’s latest articles, blogs, giveaways, and iWriterly videos by subscribing to iWriterly’s monthly newsletter, Book Nerd Buzz!   FOLLOW … Continue reading iWriterly Video: Writing Resources

iWriterly Video: Writing Community Answers: What is Your Greatest Struggle as a Writer?

The iWriterly team asks a group of writers the following question: What is your greatest struggle in your journey as a writer? Thirteen writers (traditionally-published, indie-published, and yet-to-be-published) share what they do to overcome hurdles in their writing careers. The writing community unites in this thirteen-person collab. Special thank you to all of the writers … Continue reading iWriterly Video: Writing Community Answers: What is Your Greatest Struggle as a Writer?

iWriterly Video: Managing Wrist Problems as a Writer

Do you have wrist pain or carpal tunnel syndrome that impacts your daily life and keeps you from writing your book? If you aren’t eager to get surgery or injections as a first-line treatment, or if you’re experiencing minor wrist pain and want to be proactive to prevent the condition from worsening, here are some … Continue reading iWriterly Video: Managing Wrist Problems as a Writer