The Best Apps to Capture Ideas Wherever you Are #writebravely

Welcome to the Write Tribe Festival of Words – March 2019 – 7 days of writing bravely. This time we’ve created one linky for fiction posts and another for non-fiction posts. This makes it easier to read and share. Please do that! The Best Apps to Capture Ideas Wherever you Are How many times have […]

10 Pieces of Writing Advice From Margaret Atwood #WritingWednesdays

Margaret Atwood is a Canadian writer born on November 18, 1939 in Ottawa, Canada. The internationally-known author has written award-winning poetry, short-stories and novels, including The Circle Game (1966), The Handmaid’s Tale (1985), Snowbird (1981), The Blind Assassin (2000), The Tent (2006) and more. Her works have been translated into 30 different languages. (via Biography.com) […]

12 Productivity Hacks for Writing #WritingWednesdays

Writers are an odd breed. When we look like we’re lazing around, we’re probably creating some amazing ideas in our head. And when we look like we’re incredibly busy, we’re probably just facing the computer screen and staring into emptiness. I’m sure all of us identify with the all-too-familiar pain of opening up a blank […]

The Right Way To Be Proud Of Your Book | Don’t Write a Crappy Book

Today I’m happy to host James Ranson, author of ‘Don’t Write A Crappy Book’. The Right Way To Be Proud Of Your Book One of biggest mistakes authors make that lead to writing crappy books is not writing a book they’re really, really proud of. This may seem counter intuitive, because anyone who writes a […]