Creating a book aesthetic can be a valuable tool to keep you inspired and motivated while writing your story. Here’s how our Admin team puts theirs together!
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A tribute of sonnets to Shakespeare by Moms Who Write
Happy Birthday, Shakespeare! Known for his spectacular sonnets, the Moms Who Write admin team thought it only fitting to honor him with our own.
National Poetry Day Roundup: Why we love these poets
Yesterday was National Poetry Day! Yes, we are a day late. No one ever said poets were prompt. To celebrate, the Admin Team rounded up a batch of poets from our Facebook group to show off their craft.
Guest-Posting on Blogs: the Savvy Marketing Move
“Start a blog,” they tell us. “It’s a great way to build your brand and get your name out there!” Alas, marketing your first book by starting a blog is no longer the easy step forward. The blogging industry has become just as saturated, at least, as the book publishing industry. Instead of helping you…
Here’s a Look into Our 2023 Anthology Schedule
As an Admin team, we had so much fun putting together our first three anthologies last year. In fact, we loved it so much that we’re doing FOUR this year! Woot! Take a look at our 2023 anthology schedule to get a jump start on your writing. Of Us Anthologies So far, we’ve published two…
Giving Thanks for the Moms Who Write Community
We are massively thankful for the Moms Who Write community in every way. Allie started something special here, and giving thanks is the least we could do.
Set Aside Time to Write for I Love to Write Day
Whether you’re an artist, a musician, or a writer, your creativity needs an outlet for expression. That’s why “I Love to Write Day” is perfect. Time to write!
Middle-grade vs. YA: How to Write for Young Readers
Middle-grade kids need different things out of their books. So, what’s the difference between middle-grade vs. YA books? We’ll walk you through it.
Check out our favorite spooky reads to try for Halloween!
What writer doesn’t enjoy spooky reads around Halloween? We’ve shared some of our favorites to keep you shivering until next summer. Take a look.
What is NaNoWriMo and why are these lunatics writing a book in a month?
NaNoWriMo is National Novel Writing Month. In short, you write 50k words in 30 days, averaging 1,667 words per day for the entire month of November. Yeah, it sounds intense. It sounds gimmicky. But, for a lot of people, the camaraderie, competition, and accountability are enough to push them over the finish line. I’m one…