Your Words Need Space to Grow

Dame Hilary Mantel published her first novel at the age of 33. Over the next three decades, she wrote twelve books of historical fiction, two collections of short stories, and a memoir. She was the first woman to twice win the Booker Prize for fiction. I’d say...

What Do Your Online Readers Want from You?

“Being successful at writing can be defined by one parameter: How well we know and resonate with our audience.” These are the words of freelance writer Christina M. Ward, one of the top earning writers on Medium, where earnings are determined by how much...

What’s Your Writing Routine?

The late Maya Angelou kept a hotel room as her writing studio. She took all the art off the walls, and kept the phone unplugged. Arriving there at 6:30 a.m., she wrote until 12:30 or 1:30 p.m. with only a brief break. Every weekday. Sound a little too intense to you?...

Your Blog Readers Want Consistency

Aaron Agius is the co-founder of Louder Online, helping business clients be more discoverable online and increase their website traffic. He came up with 27 reasons people aren’t reading your blog posts. They’re all worthwhile learning about, but...

You Can’t Edit a Blank Page

Bestselling author Jodi Picoult says, “I don’t believe in writer’s block.” Interesting, as writer’s block is one of the most popular topics of conversation among writers online, and also among members of the non-writing world about...

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