Writing can be challenging even for the most passionate and driven writer. From writer's block to simply not being focused, there are many ways for a writer to drift into a pattern of not getting it done.
Stephen King purportedly wrote Dreamcatcher in longhand — using a Waterman cartridge pen. J. K. Rowling penned The Tales of Beedle the Bard — all 157 pages of it — in longhand, and the leather-bound tome
"I Need Coffee" is a monthly column on Huffington Post Books. INC (the initialism is deliberate) covers all sorts of writing topics, with an eye toward how to make a living writing. INC's audience includes
When speaking with a client, simply referring to your previous work, however successful, is not enough. You should be able to work those events into a compelling narrative that engages your audience, rationally,
With Mother’s Day coming up, we know it can be hard to find a gift for the woman who gave you life and so much more. Lucky for you, moms always love handmade gifts from their kids (especially DIY photo
The last part of the decision-making diet is monitoring. Since every person has a personal lifestyle, unique and constantly changing, what works for you might not work for me. That’s why it’s important
If you've been a hobby writer for a while now (and I define "hobby writer" as a writer who hasn't made any money from her writing), and you think it's time to step up and go pro, here are five things can
Students who take notes by hand outperform students who type, and more type these days, new studies show Laptops and organizer apps make pen and paper seem antique, but handwriting appears to focus classroom