During a word sprint, you do nothing but write. In this article, we explain how to use them effectively.
If you plot a novel beforehand, it leaves your creative mind free to focus on constructing scenes and sentences. In this article, New York Times best-selling author David Farland teaches his methods for plotting engaging books.
A few weeks ago, the ProWritingAid team gathered in Granada, Spain, to plan for the upcoming year and spend some quality time together. Read on for a sneak peek into the fun!
Plot, structure, and story are all important parts of the creative writing and editing process. In this article, Fictionary CEO Kristina Stanley explains each term.
These three ProWritingAid reports will help you do swift and snappy edit when you are down to the wire.
Audiobooks are growing rapidly as more and more people switch to listening to them. In this article, Jennifer Xue discusses how to write and publish your first audiobook.
What is a red herring in a story? This article contains tips for successful use of red herrings to confound your protagonist and your readers.
If you're trying to squeeze in blogging somewhere in your life, you have to draw boundaries between your home and your work. How do you balance productivity with your family life so that nobody gets angry – and the work still gets done?
Get 50% off ProWritingAid Premium now. Driven by Artificial Intelligence, ProWritingAid goes way beyond grammar to address style and readability issues such as passive and hidden verbs, over-reliance on adverbs, repeated sentence starts, emotional tells and much more.
Why did we decide to partner with the International Literacy Association this year? They are doing incredible work both nationally and globally to empower people to read, write, teach, and learn to their best potential.
Just as ProWritingAid helps people achieve new heights, International Literacy Association (ILA) has elevated educators and students alike to a whole new level. Since 1956, the organization has served as a tireless advocate for literacy, inspiring industry leaders across the globe to better their communities by equipping them with a plethora of literacy and educational resources.
Is "show, don't tell" useful writing advice? Author Kyle A. Massa goes deep on the subject in this article.
Idioms can be difficult but when used properly, they are a powerful and fun literary device. Find out everything you need to know about idioms.
From describing your readers to choosing a mentor book, this article covers the key things you need to know about writing a children's book.
Want to be heard above the noise on social media? Start creating better social media posts.
Did you know there's one type of editing that can make your writing stand out the most? Editor and writing coach Gina Edwards describes where and how line editing fits in the editing and revision process, and why every writer should learn the skills to line-edit their own work.
Deep edits involve fine-tuning your manuscript for one type of mistake at a time. ProWritingAid has several tools that help you polish your novel for stronger, clearer writing.
Us writers are like animals—we need the right habitat to thrive. Here's how to find your perfect writing environment.
Have you wanted to attend a writing event but don't know what to expect or how to find the best one? Learn the differences, benefits, critical questions to help you find the conference, workshop, or retreat that's the right match for you.
A stimulus can transform creative writing in the classroom. Use these simple ideas to improve writing outcomes and get the excitement back into your lessons.
Have you ever considered writing a short story collection? You'd be surprised at how fun and satisfying it can be. In this article, author Kyle A. Massa will do his best to convince you!