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Do you have fundamentals? Trying seeing things through someone else’s eyes in Monday’s writing prompt.
A video of james Rollins discussing hsi new book, “The Last Odessey,” his writing process and answering reader questions.
Are you afraid of something? Do you have a personal weakness? Today’s writing prompt focuses on how you turn that weakness into something amazing.
Are you ready to hire me to write your book? Here are the basics of our working relationship and what you can expect.
Do you want to hire a ghostwriter, but don’t have enough money? Here are 6 tips to help pay for your book without breaking the bank.
Today’s writing prompt is about the unexpected. Spend some time thinking about this one, and when done I’d love to read it.
Are you afraid of content mills? Here are a few tips to help writers use content mills to their advantage.
Need a bit of inspiration. Here is a science fiction writing prompt and a prompt for a cultural essay
Looking for a way to spruce up your memoir? Look to novels. Here are 5 ways a novel can help you write a better memoir.
Have you always dreamed of the perfect space to write? Here is a quick glimpse into what your ideal office needs to be productive and inspired.
Looking for writing ideas? Try these three simple exercises to get your mind wondering and your next story moving forward.
These are my favorite book characters of all time. And it is likely you have either not heard of them or have forgotten they existed. Though, you’ll probably love them too.
5 tips to read as a writer. One of the easiest lessons you’ll learn to write better.
We all want a quick start to a novel, but that doesn’t mean you need to start with explosions and murders.
You want to write a book, but don’t know where to start? Try some of these tricks to get your mind flowing and remember that where you start isn’t as important as starting.
Do you have a stack of papers with yoru personal life notes? Want to turn them into a book? Here are a few tips.
Do the details in a novel count? Of course they do…they all do. From the gun seen in a drawer to the small pocket watch your character stumbles on in the street. Make the details count.