Check out this collection of 100 writing prompts to help you get started or keep going on your latest story.
For those taking part in NaNoWriMo, you have one week left of Preptober! I have three worksheets to help keep you on track. Good luck, Wrimos!
The title of a book is your first glimpse into the author’s mind. It tells you a little bit about what you can expect, which is why title choice is so hard but so important.
Are you buckling in for National Novel Writing Month this year? Here are some YouTube channels for writers that can help you along.
The journal is a versatile pastime – one that’s especially celebrated on September 22, or Dear Diary Day. In honor of the day, we’ll look at four types of personal journals that you might keep, and some of their benefits.
Some pieces of fanfiction are mainstream literature. Some are classic literature. Some might be among your favorite works. Here are two forms of fanfiction that are surprisingly socially acceptable.
Are you looking for more activities to do virtually with friends? Word games offer a lot of variety, since there are so many words to choose from. Since this month is National Poetry Month in the United States, I’ll share a couple types of collaborative poetry that you can try.
Have you ever wanted to write a novel? People all over the world do it every year as part of National Novel Writing Month, and you can, too!
This poem by Death is in honor of the Day of the Dead.
Happy Halloween! Enjoy this spooky tale in the spirit of the season!