by Jay Donnelly
An original narrative is out there for you to write; all you’ve got to do is put it together and write it! However, the journey can be a little long and take a lot of effort, and there’s plenty of cross referencing you’re going to need to do along the way. But don’t worry, this post is here to help you out with coming up with your original narrative, and being the kind of author you’ve always wanted to be, so be sure to start with the points we’ve listed out below. Continue reading
by Marie Lavender
In the beginning, most writers believe that they should wait until they’ve landed a big six publisher or officially published a book before even thinking about the development of a ‘brand’. That couldn’t be further from the truth.
No matter what stage you are at as a writer, you can work on building your author brand. Even from day one. Continue reading
by Kriss Smolka
Guides on health and wellbeing topics have always been popular and continue to remain popular today. The scale of the diet, fitness, and wellbeing industries demonstrates this. How do you write a guide on a health and wellbeing topic? Here are 12 key tips. Continue reading
After a long day of writing or editing, we’re all familiar with that mental fatigue that makes it hard to concentrate or make quick decisions. The fatigue you feel after prolonged focus or effort is known as ego depletion. Sigmund Freud used the term ego to describe the part of ourselves that makes decisions between what we want to do, and what we know we should do. Continue reading