Pressing Submit: 3 Positive Affirmations for Writers — A Writer’s Path

by Amanda Schlindwein Any creative venture is uniquely special to its creator. There’s a conception, a gestation period of preparation and practice, and then a birth. To hand your story over to a reader, or to hit send on that online submission, can feel a bit like handing your newborn baby to a […] via Pressing… Continue reading Pressing Submit: 3 Positive Affirmations for Writers — A Writer’s Path

4 Quick Tips to Improve Your Stories — A Writer’s Path

by Cátia Isabel Silva What is lacking in my story? – The more you write, the more you’ll be asking yourself this question, and if you aren’t careful, it probably means that you’re not getting any improvement. It’s really important for any professional try getting better at what it is they do, to […] via 4… Continue reading 4 Quick Tips to Improve Your Stories — A Writer’s Path

How to Make the Right Promises to Your Readers — A Writer’s Path

by Ryan Lanz You may not know it starting out, but every time you begin a story, you make promises to your readers. Even if you aren’t aware what promises you’re making, your readers will be bothered if you don’t fulfill them. “Some people don’t understand the promises they’re making when […] via How to Make… Continue reading How to Make the Right Promises to Your Readers — A Writer’s Path

What Feedback Should You Apply To Your Story? — A Writer’s Path

by Allison Maruska A critique partner (CP) recently told me one of the trickiest parts of the group is remembering not all feedback need be applied. It reminded me of my early days in the group – as a new writer, jumping into a gathering of other writers (who you assume all must have more… Continue reading What Feedback Should You Apply To Your Story? — A Writer’s Path