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Novelist Lucy Clarke discusses how a marathon of writing led to a first draft in just 17 days for her new psychological thriller, One of the Girls. #WDAuthorSpotlight hubs.li/Q01g1xGk0
Killer Nashville founder Clay Stafford continues his series of interviews with mystery, thriller, and suspense authors. Here he has a conversation with novelist Jaden Terrell about writer expectations and success. hubs.li/Q01g1xzJ0
Writing for oneself after a decades-long career as a ghostwriter is a challenge unto itself. Here, author Daniel Paisner discusses his career as a ghostwriter, how the process differs from writing his own work, and if the two ever intersect. hubs.li/Q01g1xw70
Sensitivity readers offer a very specific and focused edit to manuscripts. Here, C. Hope Clark shares what a sensitivity editor is, how much it pays, and where you can start. hubs.li/Q01g1xt50
Nonfiction is sold on proposal, so writing a winning nonfiction proposal is a skill you need to master, and we’re here to help! Enroll in our "Creating Winning Nonfiction Proposals" bootcamp now! Enroll here: hubs.li/Q01g1x9d0
Let's choose our vacation reads guilt-free! More from Jessica Strawser and Steven Rowley about vacation reads here: hubs.li/Q01g1xxS0
New York Times bestselling author Kate White discusses the process of writing her new psychological thriller, The Second Husband. #WDAuthorSpotlight hubs.li/Q01f_d_r0
Every Wednesday, Robert Lee Brewer shares a prompt and an example poem to get things started on the Poetic Asides blog. This week, write a desire poem. hubs.li/Q01f_7RZ0
Here are the top writing advice websites as identified in the 24th Annual 101 Best Websites from the May/June 2022 issue of Writer's Digest. hubs.li/Q01fTnrQ0
We're ONE MONTH away from the Writer's Digest Annual Conference! Don't miss keynotes from Beverly Jenkins, Marlon James, and Tiffany D. Jackson—not to mention our Pitch Slam and more than 50 other sessions! Register today, and we'll see you in New York! hubs.li/Q01fTlHF0
Find 6 lessons learned from Never Let Me Go, by Kazuo Ishiguro, that writers can apply to their own writing. If you haven't read the novel yet, we do talk about the plot and reveal things about the story. So consider this your spoiler alert. #TBT hubs.li/Q01fThZD0
Let's reflect together: Today is the last day of June. How did your writing go this month, and what do you hope to achieve in July?
In this indie author profile, novelist Nikesha Elise Williams shares her path to self publishing and the creative marketing strategy that's led to her success. hubs.li/Q01fTg9f0
#Heartstopper has entered the group chat! In our newest YouTube video, authors Steven Rowley and Jessica Strawser chat with Amy Jones and Michael Woodson about vacation reads, writing emotionally complicated stories, and more! Watch here: hubs.li/Q01fT65m0
No matter how experienced you are, you’re bound to hit a spot where your characters don’t know where to go next. In this all-new collection of Plot Twist Prompts for Writers, you’ll find 40 writing prompts to help take your story in a new direction. hubs.li/Q01fPTKf0
If you're a subscriber to our "Writer's Digest Presents" podcast, then you know we sent out a little update about our Annual Conference coming up! Listen to it here, and subscribe to our podcast now: hubs.li/Q01fPSxr0
Every writer needs a little inspiration once in a while. For today's prompt, there's been a sudden and unforeseen change of plans. hubs.li/Q01fPLGf0
Author Ashley M. Coleman gives you her top five tricks for writing about the music industry—even if you're not an industry expert. hubs.li/Q01fPL-H0
SUMMER READING THIS OR THAT: Paperback or hardcover at the beach?
Self-editing is an essential part of the writing process, but not every writer looks forward to revising their own words critically. Aria Gmitter will help you create a valuable framework for self-editing books, blogs, and pitch letters! Enroll here: hubs.li/Q01fNqXQ0
Summer reading is here! Authors Steven Rowley and Jessica Strawser talk all about summer reading with editors Amy Jones and Michael Woodson, how they feel about their books being considered perfect beach reads, and more! Watch here: hubs.li/Q01fL-f60
From planning ahead to staying late, Alison Hill shares 10 tips for journalists while covering events as a freelancer. hubs.li/Q01fJ3Jq0
In this week’s round up brought to us by Script magazine, navigate different character study approaches in your writing, and tracking emotional journeys. hubs.li/Q01fHyHf0
Author Lora Senf discusses how one chilling text message led her to writing her new middle grade horror novel, The Clackity. #WDAuthorSpotlight hubs.li/Q01fH_W40
This week, WD is excited to announce our latest episode of "Writer's Digest Presents," the new "Your Story" prompt, and more! hubs.li/Q01fCTw20
LAST CHANCE to enroll in courses that begin this week! From marketing, memoir writing, composition, and short stories, there's something for everyone at WDU! Click here for more: hubs.li/Q01fCSS40
Critically acclaimed novelist Katrina Leno discusses the process of bringing her childhood memories to magical life in her new young adult novel, Sometime in Summer. #WDAuthorSpotlight hubs.li/Q01fpDNG0
Here are the top live streams, podcasts, and YouTube channels as identified in the 24th Annual 101 Best Websites from the May/June 2022 issue of Writer's Digest. hubs.li/Q01fpPTM0
Short story writing can be a gateway to writing your novel—but they’re also fun and worthy stories in their own right. Here, author Dallas Woodburn shares 5 ways to use short stories to grow as a writer. hubs.li/Q01fpPTJ0
Physician, cartoonist, and author Shirlene Obuobi discusses the writerly advice that led to writing her new coming-of-age novel, On Rotation. #WDAuthorSpotlight hubs.li/Q01fpMsj0
Tattoos and their artists can reveal interesting details about your characters and offer historical context. Here, author June Gervais shares 8 things writers should know about tattoos. hubs.li/Q01fpGFm0
Every good story needs a nice (or not so nice) turn or two to keep it interesting. This week, have a character leave clues for people to find them. hubs.li/Q01fpJQX0
Author Sharon Maas discusses the 20-year process of writing and publishing her new historical fiction novel, The Girl from Jonestown. #WDAuthorSpotlight hubs.li/Q01fpxNr0
While the writing process may be an independent venture, the literary community at large is full of writers who need and want your support as much as you need and want theirs. Author Aileen Weintraub shares 6 steps in becoming a good literary citizen. hubs.li/Q01fpJx30
Journalist and author Daniel Paisner discusses the process of writing his new literary fiction novel, Balloon Dog. #WDAuthorSpotlight hubs.li/Q01fpzWV0
In this special live event, authors Adam Oyebanji (fiction) and Julie Bogart (nonfiction) will share how they were able to successfully pitch their books to literary agents and get them published by traditional book publishers! Enroll here: hubs.li/Q01fpLZm0
Need some help picking what books to bring on your summer vacation this year? Look no further than Editor-in-Chief Amy Jone's multi-step strategy on how to choose what books to bring with you on the road! Watch the full "Vacation Reads" episode here: hubs.li/Q01fpCms0
Every Wednesday, Robert Lee Brewer shares a prompt and an example poem to get things started on the Poetic Asides blog. This week, write a summer poem. hubs.li/Q01fpB2c0
TV writer, producer, and novelist Joshua Senter explains why characters can do absolutely anything, but it's important to give them a psych eval to understand what can lead them there. hubs.li/Q01fpqV10
In the sixth episode of the Writer's Digest Presents podcast, we talk about what makes for a good vacation read, plus a conversation with authors Steven Rowley and Jessica Strawser and our first ever WD Book Club selection from debut author Grace D. Li. hubs.li/Q01fmqB80
Have you hit a wall on your work-in-progress? With this collection of 40 plot twist prompts, you'll get to experiment to see which plot twist works best for your story. hubs.li/Q01fmr0j0
Middle-grade and young adult author Ren Koppel Torres shares the top tips for how you can keep secrets from your characters and readers. #TBT hubs.li/Q01fmn540
Every writer needs a little inspiration once in a while. For today's prompt, an attempt to join an online trend has gone wrong. hubs.li/Q01fhWpz0
Author Ava Reid discusses how her love for a certain Grimms' fairytale led her to write her new fantasy novel, Juniper & Thorn. #WDAuthorSpotlight hubs.li/Q01fhTY70
Author Faye Snowden discusses the importance of authors to write diversely and offers tips and resources to help along the never-ending process of doing better. hubs.li/Q01fdw780
FINAL CALL! Don't miss our Humor Writing Virtual Conference! June 25, 2022, gain insight from four award-winning and bestselling humor authors on the finer points of how to write humor! Enroll here: hubs.li/Q01fdqCp0
Watch our "Vacation Reads" episode of the podcast on YouTube now, where we chat about our favorite vacation reads, plus interviews with Steven Rowley, Jessica Strawser, and Grace D. Li! hubs.li/Q01fdsCm0
Author Lauren Ho discusses combining heavier themes with laugh-out-loud humor in her new contemporary romance novel, Lucie Yi is Not a Romantic. #WDAuthorSpotlight hubs.li/Q01f67tj0
Author Ashley M. Coleman discusses how a decade in the music industry led her to write her debut novel, Good Morning, Love. #WDAuthorSpotlight hubs.li/Q01f65PJ0
Write a short story of 650 words or fewer based on the photo prompt. You can be poignant, funny, witty, etc.; it is, after all, your story. hubs.li/Q01f6bTm0
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