The most popular post here at WITS is a very early post from Sharla Rae on writing descriptively about hair. This post is so amazing, we pulled it up from the archives and buffed it up a bit for you. What's included?… Read the post
by Eldred Bird
When I first started writing, I remember someone asking me what my book was about. I stammered and stalled, trying to think about how to best describe it.
“Um…it’s about this guy, see?… Read the post
October 14th, 2019
6 Daily Habits To Build a Solid Writing Career
by John Peragine
One of the hardest things to do as a writer is to be organized and business-minded. We want to live within our worlds of fantasy and dare anyone or anything to break us away.
I am one of the lucky few who can say that their day job is writing.… Read the post
A few years back, I wrote a post called How To Focus on Your Story's DNA that identified the elements of story that never change. I use those unchanging elements to help keep my story on track. Theme is one of those important elements, and it's a tough one because most of the writers I talk to don't how to articulate their story's theme.… Read the post