Tired of using Microsoft Word to write and plan your writing project? Here’s a list of programs that offer an alternative to traditional software for writers.
Spoken word and open-mic nights should not belong solely to creative writers. Find out why you bloggers can also benefit from treading the boards.
A lovely link for you here and one or two thoughts on what it means to prioritise when it comes to your writing. You know, what it really means.
The first part of Write for Your Life’s chinwag with author, Jean Hannah Edelstein, where she talks research, proposals and sparkly writing.
This post provides an overview of microblogging service, Tumblr, and looks at how it can be used as an online scrapbook by writers.
This post gives writers some ideas about what to look for in a writing partner, where to find one and what to do with them!
The second Write for Your Life podcast and first video version takes a look at the free autocue tool, cueprompter.com, and how writers can use it effectively in their work.
Provides practical advice on writing autobiographically and encourages writers to always think ahead before they write about their lives.
This post encourages writers to think positively about old work and take pride in their writing, whether it’s great or ghastly.
This post asks writers to make the distinction between short-term targets and long-term goals to improve productivity and make difficult deadlines more realistic.