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- 09/10/18--17:00: _The Best Fantasy No...
- 09/10/18--17:00: _Why a Good Cover Se...
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- 09/16/18--17:00: _Writing App Reviews...
- 09/23/18--17:00: _Finding Your Unique...
- 09/23/18--17:00: _3 Surprising Gramma...
- 09/23/18--17:00: _Why This is Your Ye...
- 09/23/18--17:00: _Why Techies Should ...
- 09/23/18--17:00: _How to Write an Out...
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- 09/30/18--17:00: _Writing App Review…...
- 10/02/18--17:00: _4 Important Ways to...
- 10/07/18--17:00: _Abbreviations: How ...
- 10/07/18--17:00: _How to Use the ProW...
- 10/07/18--17:00: _Pitch Slapped: How ...
- 10/07/18--17:00: _The Low-Down on Fir...
- 10/07/18--17:00: _How to Choose Self-...
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- 10/09/18--17:00: _Article 0
- 09/10/18--17:00: The Best Fantasy Novels of All Time
- 09/10/18--17:00: Why a Good Cover Sells More Books
- 09/12/18--17:00: We're Crowdsourcing a Canadian Dictionary, Eh?
- 09/16/18--17:00: Writing App Reviews: Fictionary
- 09/23/18--17:00: Finding Your Unique Authorial Voice
- 09/23/18--17:00: 3 Surprising Grammatical Contradictions
- 09/23/18--17:00: Why This is Your Year to Win NaNoWriMo
- 09/23/18--17:00: Why Techies Should Become Better Writers
- 09/23/18--17:00: How to Write an Outstanding College Essay
- 09/26/18--17:00: Article 0
- 09/30/18--17:00: Writing App Review…TextExpander
- 10/02/18--17:00: 4 Important Ways to Get Ready for NaNoWriMo
- 10/07/18--17:00: Abbreviations: How & When to Use Them
- 10/07/18--17:00: How to Use the ProWritingAid Desktop App for Mac
- 10/07/18--17:00: Pitch Slapped: How to Properly Pitch Publications
- 10/07/18--17:00: The Low-Down on First-Person Narrative
- 10/07/18--17:00: How to Choose Self-Publishing Services
- 10/07/18--17:00: Why You Can’t Stop Learning
- 10/09/18--17:00: Article 0
What are the greatest fantasy novels of all time? Here's our list of the top 25.
Your book cover is the prime marketing tool for your book. Learn the basic elements and how to use them to your advantage to grab readers’ interest.
If I had a loonie for every time a Canadian writer asked for this, I would have enough for a dozen double-doubles AND a box of timbits.
We think we have sorted out most of the Canadian spellings (color vs colour, etc.), but we don't want to stop there. We want the Canadian dictionary to include Canadian words and expressions. I've started a list below, but I need your help. Let's crowdsource this Canadian-style.
Fictionary works seamlessly with the ProWritingAid Chrome extension. Not only can you use both to improve your work at the same time, but there's a special offer on the Fictionary and ProWritingAid bundle: get both for just $99 until September 22nd.
Fictionary is your story editor who makes sure you don’t have gaping plot holes and character snafus. ProWritingAid is your copyeditor who makes your manuscript shine.
Every author has a unique voice. It's just a matter of finding it. In this article, fantasy writer Kyle Massa offers his tips on how to discover your authorial voice.
In the English language, rules are made to be broken. Here's a post for all the grammatical lawbreakers out there.
Want to participate in NaNoWriMo this year? Awesome! Prepare with these tips.
Some techies think they don't need to write. We disagree. Here's why.
Want an A+ on your next college essay? We'll help you earn it with these tips.
ProWritingAid and Fictionary - Two powerful editing tools that work beautifully together for just $99 (a $250 value).Fictionary makes developmental editing a breeze.ProWritingAid ensures your writing is clear and polished.
Since we love technology that makes life easier, we’re bringing you a new app we found: TextExpander.
Are you ready for NaNoWriMo?
It’s the question most asked this time of year, right before National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) that takes over the month of November every year.
If this is your first time doing NaNoWriMo, don’t stress out too much about it. It’s a huge learning process where you’ll discover what’s most important for you to be able to produce content on a continual basis to move forward towards your end goal of 50,000 words in 30 days.
The biggest lesson I’ve learned over the years is that it’s not so much about the end result. What you have at the end of 30 days will in no shape or form be a novel ready to print. Depending on your genre, novels can be 80,000 words and up. Just understand: you won’t be finished with it on November 30th.
Confused by abbreviations? This is your essential guide to getting them right.
If you’re a Mac user and new to ProWritingAid or are slavishly devoted to the online editor, there’s a better way. With every premium license, you can download a nifty desktop app that works with Word, Scrivener, Text, Rich Text Format, HTML, Markdown, or Open Document files.
As writers, we want our words in front of as many eyes as possible. This requires pitching publications and growing our bylines. So let’s look at a few ways to pitch without causing the publication to delete your request.
Are you considering first-person narrative for your next project? Go no further until you read this post!
Today is the golden age of self-published authors. With an excellent idea, some creative juices, the tenacity to complete a manuscript, professional editing, and a robust marketing platform, you can have your work published and sold all over the world.
Choosing the most appropriate self-publishing service is crucial to your success. Take a look at these five routes and decide which is right for you.
For writers, reading is essential. But is it enough? Here's why you can't just read—you need to learn something new every single day.
Afraid you’re using too much passive voice on Twitter? Concerned about hidden verbs in your emails? Think your glue index might be too high on your WordPress blog? No worries. The ProWritingAid Chrome browser extension can save you!