Because “I have nothing to write about” is always a false statement.
Having — and honing — a unique writing voice means embracing the quirks that make your words sound uniquely “you.”
Today’s reading recommendation, primarily for authors and writers with publishing goals, considers — and questions — various platforms used to build a web presence and brand.
Three tips from recent posts on writing from Patti Moed, Kristen Lamb, and Stephen Carver.
“First rule: Do not use semicolons. All they do is show you’ve been to college.” Despite his semicolon antipathy, Kurt Vonnegut never fails to make me think, laugh — and write.
Here are three tips you can apply to improve your prose right now.
Margaret Atwood’s words will silence your inner critic and inspire you to write.
Members of the Daily Post crew share some of their favorite editing tips (multi-colored pens: recommended).
We’re often told our writing should “show, not tell” — but how do we actually do that? Follow these four guidelines to bring your descriptions to life.
We make split-second decisions about whether to read a post or click away. Make sure your opening lines get right to the nitty-gritty.
Thinking of paid and unpaid opportunities beyond your blog? Here are highlights from a Q&A with four freelance writers on WordPress.com.
Planning your content first can help you choose the right theme.