by Ciaran Gilligan Source link This week we interview freelance writer and blogger Katie Davies. Katie talks about how reading and travel inspired her to work for herself, how your passions will show in your work, and why persistence is the key to success. 1) Hi Katie! please tell us
by terribleminds Source link WELL, HELLO THERE. I WROTE A BOOK. Actually, I’ve written six of them in this particular series — I finished a draft of the sixth Miriam Black book, Vultures, yesterday, and today sees the release of the fifth and penultimate book, The Raptor & The Wren. Available in both
by Debbie Ridpath Ohi Source link Thanks to The Write Life for including Inkygirl in their list of 100 Best Websites For Writers 2018!
by Grammar Chic, Inc. Source link Jobseekers depend on their resume—and, to a slightly lesser extent, their LinkedIn profile—to inform recruiters and hiring managers about the skills they bring to the table. With that said, there is such a thing as having too much information on your job search documents—or,
by JW Source link Writing…always, always only starts out as shit: an infant of monstrous aspect; bawling, ugly, terrible, and it stays terrible for a long, long time (sometimes forever). Unlike cooking, for example, where largely edible, if raw, ingredients are assembled, cut, heated, and otherwise manipulated into something both
by Monica M. Clark Source link As writers, we’re constantly looking for ways to deepen our understanding of characters and their motivations. One great way to do that is to use writing prompts to put them in insane situations and see how they react. Well, a couple of weeks ago,