Guest Post: 5 Tools to Keep Your Writing Fresh

By Reena Cruz Writer’s block. Creative dry spells. We’ve all been there. We’ve seen it in the form of blank pages and stale ideas, repeated phrases and worn down Delete buttons. It’s unavoidable and creeps up on you at the most inconvenient times ....more

Guest Post: Why Writers Need to Leverage Technology

By Charles Dearing ...more

Guest Post: Get Started Writing and Publishing an Ebook

By Clara Freeman I started my motivational site for women more than four years ago. My weekly posting schedule was geared toward encouraging women of a certain age to live happy and whole. Ultimately, those posts began to take flight and soar into the minds of women of all ages and from every corner of the globe! Women in their twenties, thirties, and forties began telling me how much they loved reading the posts and how my words of encouragement helped them come to terms with ...more

Guest Post: What’s App-ening? Using Apps to Write Everywhere

By Patricia Shuler ...more

Guest Post: Turning Your Blog Into a Book

By Michele DeFilippo ...more

Guest Post: Making Your Words Move

By Jenn Dlugos You found that perfect writing job that fits your talent, expertise, and salary range, but they need you to shoot a simple camcorder video to go with your article. A heavy sigh wells up inside you, because that video you shot of your nephew’s birthday party looked like the Cloverfield monster was on the loose again ....more

Guest Post: 8 Financial Tools for Freelance Writers

By Julie Pena For many writers, creating clear, descriptive prose comes naturally. But keeping track of money? Not so easy. For that, you can turn to the internet. There are hundreds of financial tools out there, but the following are some of the best out there for freelance writers ....more