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
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 ABOUT IWRITERLY iWriterly is your go-to resource for all things bookish. Learn how to write and edit your novel, query literary agents, all about the book publishing … Continue reading iWriterly Video: Writing Resources
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?
Learn how discipline, such as setting word count goals for yourself, making a writing schedule, and taking your time to get feedback/edit your work, can help to make your dreams of publishing a book a reality in this iWriterly video. This is the third video in our How to Write a Book series. If you … Continue reading iWriterly Video: How to Write a Book: Making Your Dreams a Reality Through Discipline
Voice is an element that can make or break a book. Even if a book’s premise isn’t fresh or if the story hits on a few overdone scenarios, clichés, and tropes, voice will have readers flipping through the pages, wondering what will become of their beloved characters. On the flipside, if a book has a … Continue reading Savvy Authors Blog: How to Give Your Character a Unique Voice