Find your Rhythm
Are you a lover of poetry? Reading it can calm you, anger you, make you fall in love. If you've ever desired the talent for writing poetry, I have a few tools that you can try. Everyone has their own style of writing of course, but hopefully some of these points may persuade you to take a closer look at poetry if you've never tried your hand at it. So read through the tools, try out a few, and find your own rhythm in poetry. 1-Theme Poems must have something to say, otherwise
Why Submit to Literary Magazines?
I’m going to get right to it. If you haven’t submitted your work to a literary magazine, you should. Here’s why: 1. You’re More Likely to Get Published Basically, the more impressive your writing resume is, the better chance you have of getting noticed and getting published. Unfortunately, sometimes being a great writer just doesn’t cut it. You almost always need a connection on the inside or something else that will bring attention to your name. Getting some of your work acc
Finding Your Voice
“Words are pale shadows of forgotten names. As names have power, words have power. Words can light fires in the minds of men. Words can wring tears from the hardest hearts.” -Patrick Rothfuss, Name of the Wind This quote took the words right out of my mouth. Words are powerful tools, and for us writers they comprise the arsenal by which we attack our readers! And by attack I mean lovingly dote on… Each of us finds our own way to organize words; if we were all tried writing a
20 Ways to Meet Your Writing Goals This Year
It’s a new year, which means starting or restarting those New Year Resolutions. Remember that goal you had last year to finish your novel? Or the goal you had to simply writing for half an hour a day? How did that go? If you successfully completed your goals then congratulations are in order! If not, this is the year to do it. Tell yourself that you will be successful and GO FOR IT, no looking back at your old self. The one that procrastinated and made excuses not to write. T