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CWA’S Holiday Gift Guide for 2017

Written on December 9, 2017

“Tis the season to be jolly!” And there’s no better way to spread a little holiday cheer than through thoughtful gift giving over the upcoming weeks. With this in mind, here is our timely gift guide for creative writers and those who love them. Choose one or a combination of several, to end the year  Continue Reading »

Increase Your Odds for Success at NANOWRIMO

Written on November 13, 2017

Whether you’re a neophyte or a seasoned scribe, NANOWRIMO can be a bit challenging to say the least. Completing 50,000 words in a month’s time requires discipline, diligence, time management and laser-like focus. To increase your odds for success, we’ve assembled some of the best how-tos online to optimize your efforts. Read what other participants  Continue Reading »

3 Key Reasons Your Blog Needs a Media Kit

Written on October 12, 2017

“Can you tell me how much it costs to take out an ad at your site?” asked a publisher in Arizona back in April. Unfortunately, like many bloggers who blog as a labor of love, I never gave serious consideration to earning pay for my say. Not until then. To make a long story short,  Continue Reading »

How to Build a Loyal Twitter Following

Written on August 15, 2017

GUEST POST BY-DISHA DINESH Why choose Twitter as your primary social platform? Well, Twitter is the only platform where you can initiate a conversation with just about anybody within seconds, be it the POTUS or your long lost cousin (provided she’s on Twitter, of course). This inclusivity makes the social media platform an excellent place  Continue Reading »

Home Decluttering Tips for Writers

Written on May 10, 2017

Are you attacked by claustrophobia or drained emotionally when you walk into your home office? An invisible monster sucks away your energy and joy as soon as you take the first step through the door. If this happens to you, clutter could be the culprit. Clutter, or excessive “stuff” arranged in an un-organized manner, can  Continue Reading »

The Successful Writer’s Starter Kit

Written on September 7, 2016

    “It ain’t easy being green,” laments Kermit the Frog.  And “green” writers often find their newbie status equally distressing. After all, no one can argue that it can be a bit of a buzz kill. Think about it. Often new and aspiring writers must contend with a lack of direction, a lack of  Continue Reading »