Writing & Editing
It all starts with what you write! Get the guidance you need to use industry leading tools to write, editing, and create your manuscript.
Editing is expensive. Plan for the perfect edit of your manuscript when you align your budget and your needs.
The best way to write more is to form a daily writing habit. These 6 habits are the perfect way to build up your daily writing.
Microsoft Word is the premiere tool for writers, dating back to the 1980s! And it’s still a powerful tool for writers, but not without it’s limitations.
Edit a manuscript with Microsoft Word Track Changes & Google Docs Suggest Mode. Learn the built-in editing tools used by authors, editors, & proofreaders.
This examination of Craft vs. Notion will help you find the right note-taking tool for your next writing project.
Want to be a more efficient writer? Sometimes the key is software. Read this LivingWriter review for authors who want to stay on track and write more.
Compare the two popular reading log platforms Goodreads and The StoryGraph for readers and authors.
Writers need other writers. With Scribophile, you can find other writers to critique your work and talk writing. Read the full review.
Plottr is a powerful timeline and story plotting tool to help you organize and manage your books! Read our full review and how-to guide.
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!
Don’t underestimate the importance of mental health for writers. Dig into 4 risk factors and how to avoid them with this article from Lulu.
Get the most when you hire an editor by following these 7 tips to help clean up and finesse your book before your editor sees it.
Using Text-To-Speech is a terrific way to ‘hear’ your writing and find awkward sentences or misused words.
It’s essential to edit your book. But how do you know which kind of editor you need? Learn more about editing specializations.
There’s lots of software for editing your book; but nothing beats a hardcopy, double-spaced and a red pen. Create your editing edition today.
You’ve got a story to tell; so where and how do you get started writing? It’s harder than it might seem, but these tips can help.
The Hemingway Editor is a lightweight, powerful tool for simplifying your writing through a few suggested style and word edits.
Have you ever written fanfiction? If you’re an author, you probably have. Learn more about fanfiction and publishing.
AutoCrit is a powerful data tool offering a thorough content breakdown and suggestions for improvements. Invaluable for any author!
Get a quick refresher for your grammar skills! These tips are particularly useful for authors looking at a first or fifth draft for revision!
Get to know Plot Factory, a powerful web-based novel planner and word processor. Loaded with amazing features, Plot Factory is worth a look.
Check out Evernote, a terrific way to centralize, store, and search your notes from anywhere. Learn more about the features of Evernote.
Libre Office is the premier, open source tool for Microsoft Office replacement. Perfect for writing and creating a print ready file.
Scrivener is a powerful writing and drafting tool. Built to organize all your notes for quick access, Scrivener is perfect for writers.