8 Basic Questions Business Writers Need To Ask

Whether we are writing an email, a letter, or a report, we need to write well. If we are writing for business, we want to get our message across in a user-friendly style. We need to communicate. To be a successful, we need to write accurately,…

10 Content Writing Tips To Kick-Start Your Blog

Guest Post Blogging is one of the best ways of growing business, second only to social media regarding efficiency. Blogging answers the questions your readers never knew they had. With the mushrooming of blogs on many topics, it seems overwhelming to choose a niche and…

10 Cliffhangers That Make Readers Turn The Page

Have you read a book you feel compelled to carry on reading? You know the kind of book I’m talking about. You read it past your bedtime and during your lunch breaks. You read it because you want to not only know what happens next,…

The Top 10 Writing Posts From April 2018

These were the new Writers Write posts you enjoyed most in April 2018: 7 Ways To Evoke The Emotions You Want From Your Readers Maya Angelou’s Writing Process Ian Rankin’s 10 Rules For Writing Fiction 18 Words And Phrases To Stop Using At Work A…

Is The Age Of The Antihero In Fiction Finally Here?

Don’t you find it hard to name your real-life heroes? In a world of shifting morality, changing ethics and inverted values, the good guys and the bad guys are no longer as clear-cut as they were before. In fact, one person’s demon dictator is another’s…

12 Short Stories – Calendar For May

Yes, it is May already and I hope you are writing. Download the calendar and print it out or set it as your desktop. Enjoy it. If you want to start a daily writing routine, sign up for our newsletter to get our Daily Writing Links, and…

31 Writing Prompts For May 2018

Use our writing prompts to help you establish a writing routine. A prompt can be a word, a line from a song, a name, a photograph, or a quotation. Prompts give you a starting point to get you writing. Suggested reading: All About Writing Prompts & Writing…

Ian Rankin’s 10 Rules For Writing Fiction

Ian Rankin is a Scottish author. Born on 28 April 1960, he is one of the UK’s most popular crime writers and his best-selling Rebus books, which started with Knots and Crosses, have been translated into 22 languages. He has won four Crime Writers’ Association Dagger Awards,…

A Field Guide To Procrastinators

Writers are experts at procrastinating. Mia Botha even wrote a lovely post for us called: Writer’s Block and the Fine Art of Procrastination Twenty Pixels created this guide to procrastinators. Which one are you? Source: Twenty Pixels If you enjoyed this, read these posts: How To…

My Top 3 Favourite Blogs On Dialogue

Dialogue, as we all know, is a great way to show your characters interacting on the page in a way that feels realistic. It’s also a great way to bring in conflict, show character and evoke emotion. My best dialogue – well, monologue – is…