Join Rachael Cooper from Jericho Writers today as we explore how you can train yourself to become a better writer with these 10 tips!
Google Docs add-ons allow you to customize your writing. These are the best ones we’ve found to help you write, edit, and design you files.
What is a book template and why should you use one? We’ve got you covered with access to Lulu’s library of templates and this breakdown of how to use them!
Write your book now; if you have a story to tell you can take the time you have today to bring it to life. These reasons to write will help motivate you.
Authors need writing communities; for making their book the best it can be and to connect with other amazing writers just like you.
Criticism is pervasive and unavoidable in literature. Prepare yourself for critics and learn constructive ways to utilize criticism.
Our product review of Typely, a web based software that searches for complex and unique grammatical errors other checkers may miss.
Talent is hard to quantify, but with practice we can grow our writing skills and refine the raw talent we’re gifted to great amazing works.
Automate your spelling and grammar corrections with ProWritingAid, a premium, browser based editor to help your write better!
Custom made cookbooks are handy, fun, and make amazing gifts! Thanks to Lulu’s easy to use guide and template (including video) you too can make a cookbook!
Fanfiction is a powerful way to engage and interact with the stories you love. Learn more about what it is, when it’s legal, and the forms fanfic can take.
Join Chris from Prolifiko today with a look at how Neuroscience offers a variety of ways to train your brain, even for writers!
Join us today for a look at StoryShop, a writing and novel planning tool that offers simplicity alongside rich tools and options.
Writing short stories is not as easy as you might imagine. But these 4 tips can help.
Learn Word’s advanced formatting features for Drop Caps, Footnotes, and Widow/Orphan control for your book’s interior file for printing.
Learn how to create a Comic Book or Graphic Novel from an author’s perspective.
Get into the habit of sitting down and writing on a regular basis as a fun and effective way to keep your mind sharp.
Don’t be daunted! Here are 7 tips to break down character development in short stories.
What’s the difference between and author and a publisher? Less than you’d think thanks to print-on-demand. Learn more.
Google Docs is the web-based word processor you’ve been waiting for.
Today we host Dave Chesson, a self-proclaimed digital marketing nut, with 3 writing tools to help make your experience better and easier.
Get to know the Author Learning Center, a paid service designed to help you with staying on track.
Understanding the essential elements of good stories is a first step toward making a great story
Are you a young writer? We share our 5 top tips to help you with your writing
Microsoft Word remains the most popular method to layout a book. Dig into some of the nuts and bolts of using Word to create your book.
Just a quick infographic with 5 tips to help you keep writing and stay productive.
Sick of MS Word? Not a fan of Libre Office? Maybe just looking for a distraction free way to write? Then look no further than Write! App
Your manuscript is done! Now you need to format and layout the book. Get the low down on using template and designing like a pro.
Wrapping up the Nanowrimo experience this year with Paul’s successful 50,254 words coming in on the last day of the event!
Recently, a new kind of coloring book has emerged—adult coloring books. The simple act of has the potential to soothe and calm
Nanowrimo is a great exercise for authors to push their limits and get the barebones elements of their story down on paper (or screen).
Practice your craft and hone your skills by writing short fiction! It’s a tried and true way to keep being creative and expanding abilities.
Every writer should work with a professional editor. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t do your own round of editing too! Learn editing best practices.
If you’re making your a book cover, you need these 6 DIY tips to make sure your design is professional, reflects your content, and helps sell your book.
Guest post from freelance blogger Kira Carr about the benefits of physically copying writers existing work to practice and hone your skills.
How do you juggle being an author and self-promoter, while traveling for book signings, raising four children, running a cake business, and homeschooling?