Category: Writing tips

Links of Interests of the Week for Bloggers and Writers – 60 Blog Post Ideas, Headline Checker, Grammar Infographic

Social Network Links

  Every morning I read a few newsletters I subscribe to and always come across articles of interest I feel are helpful to my writing. You would usually find me sharing those articles on my social media – particularly on Twitter and Facebook. But I’ve decided to compile a weekly list of some of my […]

#Blogshare – Healthy Writer Tips: How To Use Dictation For A Healthier Writing Life | The Creative Penn

writing tips

Healthy Writer Tips: How To Use Dictation For A Healthier Writing Life     I came across this interesting article from the always informative author Joanna Penn from the Creative Penn. The article gives us reasons and ideas about writing through dictation as opposed to typing our stories. I’ve heard about a few author friends […]

Why Failure Can Help You Become a Better Writer – Kate Johnston

Reblog Share

Why Failure Can Help You Become a Better Writer Today’s article is a share from author/blogger/editor and friend Kate Johnston. Kate is talking about the topic of failure and rejection writers face and how they lead to our successes.   Why Failure Can Help You Become a Better Writer Mental preparedness, I think, is the […]

#Writing and Revising Tips to Take Away from Hugh Howey on #Amazon Insights

writing tips

  I came across this fantastic series on writing and revising by Hugh Howey. For those of you not familiar with Hugh, he’s one of the pioneer indies who got picked up by a traditional publisher after publishing as an Indie and despite his fame, continues to write articles for Indie writers to learn and […]

Guest Author and Blogger Feature – Marsha Ingrao on Journaling

Guest Featured Author

I’m excited to have over here today, friend, author, retired teacher, and blogger extraordinaire Marsha Ingrao. Marsha offers excellent insights on her 2 blogs. MarshaJustWrites.com offers blogging tips, author interviews, blogging challenges, as well as an excellent series on book reviews. Marsha also runs a blog TCHistorygal.net where she shares her travel reviews and photos […]

#BlogTip: An Author Website Checklist – JeriWB Word Bank

Blogging tips

  Author/editor Jeri Walker has a great post for writers with a complete checklist of what your blog/website should have to make it most efficient for readers to navigate.   #BlogTip: An Author Website Checklist by Jeri Walker In the search for potential editing clients, I visit a lot of websites. That effort has culminated […]

All Things Writing – What’s Going on Around Blogtown this week?

Friday blogshare

  Today’s post is an info share about a few interesting articles I came across in my blog reading travels this week. Three of these finds are time sensitive, so do check them out ASAP if you want to jump on the bandwagon.   The first fun contest I came across is Charli Mills‘ Rodeo […]

Do You Use ‘Text to Speech’ to Read Your Work Back to Yourself? – #Editing Tips

Editing tips

      Many of us aren’t aware of the many options that Word offers to help with our writing. Although I don’t profess to know what all the functionalities are on the Word ribbon, I was happy to learn about the ‘Read Aloud’ feature, also known as ‘text to speech’.   My friend Marcia […]

Sunday #BookReview with D.G. Kaye – Grammar Girl’s Quick and Dirty Tips/Mignon Fogarty

Book reviews by D.G. Kaye

  Today I’m sharing my latest review for a wonderful book and handy reference guide I highly recommend for all writers and students – Grammar Girl’s Quick and Dirty Tips for Better Writing by Mignon Fogarty.   I’m sure we’ve all read several books on the subjects of grammar and punctuation, but this book is […]

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