Categories: Writing & Editing Process
Tags: writing resources
I have three requirements for an off-site writing perch. These nine picks meet all three.
Tags: constructive criticism, creative process
A question that comes up in every writing class I teach and with nearly every client, is this: Is every story worth telling? I say the answer is yes — with an asterisk.
Categories: Selling Your Writing
Tags: getting published, literary agents, writing resources
Getting a contract with a traditional publishing house is possible, but it is going to take some work.
Tags: fact checking, nonfiction writing, professional writing, writing research
No one is above being questioned about the accuracy of their work, and those who write nonfiction may be especially scrutinized.
Tags: creative writing, fiction writing, revising your writing
If place wields such power, why do we sometimes relegate it to a secondary role when writing story?
Tags: creative process
Guidelines from a writing coach to help you stay on track with establishing a writing habit.
Categories: Our Books, Projects & Awards
LAEWG members share their favorite books — new and old.
Tags: creative process, creative writing, revising your writing, self-editing
The devil is in the details: thoughts and pointers for keeping your writing TMI-free.
Categories: Our Books, Projects & Awards, Writing & Editing Process
Tags: fact checking, professional writing, writing research, writing resources
All about the beauty and pitfalls of using Google to research your book or other writing.
Tags: developmental editing, types of editors
Answers to writers’ frequently asked questions about developmental editing.