Writing Prompt for Feb 28, 2015

Writing Prompt X Saturday

It’s a little late this time around. I originally planned to put one up Wednesday, but as they say, better late than never. Here is your weekly writing prompt! Continue reading

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Wednesday Writing Prompt

Trying a new thing on the blog. Let me know if you like it.

Here’s your Wednesday Writing Prompt:

“Of course that’s the case,” he was trying not to let his wife see through his thick exterior. Inside, he was crushed by the fact that she knew what he was hiding. –

Adam Gainer

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Writing Tips: Outline VS Free Writing

Hey Writers!

Here’s an interesting debate I think all scribblers face. I have been thinking about recently and so, I decided to share my thoughts with you. I hope you find this informative.

What’s better, free writing or outlining? Continue reading

10 Free Online Resources to Improve Your Writing

Some great online resources! Bookmarking this page for later use!

Interesting Literature

In this guest blog post, Sharon Crosby shares 10 great websites that can help you improve your writing skills

It often seems that there are not enough online resources for writers. There are many good books on the subject, but they cost a lot of money because the writing community is a relatively small niche. Here are 10 resources you can use whether you are a professional writer or a young content manager to improve your writing, to make your content more interesting or to get published. All the websites have something different to offer writers.

  1. Writer’s Digest

Get your hands on lots of writing and research advice. The homepage is a little too crammed with links for most people’s liking, but once you get used to how the website works you can find plenty of tips and lots of pieces of advice on writing. The great thing is that…

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