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.
Which of the Three Types of Writers Are You?
Plotter, pantser, and plantser. Maybe you’ve heard of these types of writers before, but do you know which one you are? Let’s take a look and find out.
How to Make a Book Aesthetic
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!
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!
Em Dashes vs. En Dashes: How to Use Each
Some authors just avoid dashes. We get it. The truth is the difference between em dashes vs. en dashes is very clear and concise. Let me show you the rules.
Online Etiquette: Why it matters and how to avoid being a ‘drama llama.’
Online etiquette is a real thing. How you behave online can make or break how people view you as an author. Let’s talk about good online manners for authors.
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.
How to use a semicolon correctly in your story
How the heck do you use a semicolon? It’s not quite a comma or a period, so what are you supposed to do with it? Let us help you out with that one. Here we go!
Freedom from Social Media: How to focus on the good and ignore the parts you hate
I’ve done digital strategy and social media my entire career and there are a couple things that I’ve learned that I want to pass along. Hopefully they help you.
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.