Send us your questions! Email: email@example.com or send us a note here The Writer Project is dedicated to transforming inexperienced writers into accomplished authors. This week’s question asks how much a writer needs to write each and every day. Well, first off, we’re glad that you’ve accepted that writing every day is a necessary first step toward becoming … Continue reading ASK TWP: How Many Words Should I Be Writing Every Day?
We’ve all been there. The endless clip of the keyboard. The nagging cramp in your hand. The persistent gnawing silence of literary productivity. For all writers there can come a time when it feels impossible to continue. When each additional line of dialogue takes days to write. When you just want to scrap everything and … Continue reading How to Avoid Writing Burnout
The Writer Project is dedicated to transforming inexperienced writers into accomplished authors. Recently, we were asked about chapter length and what is the proper word count of a “complete” chapter. Well, like most things in writing, the answer is a little complicated. Send us your questions! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or send us a note here A Bit of Background … Continue reading Ask TWP: How Long Should a Novel Chapter Be?
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At The Writer Project, we’re committed to providing information that helps our students become stronger writers and eventual authors in a variety of chosen fields. Read below for our five simple tips on how to improve your use of language and become a better writer. 1. Don't Be Afraid of the Thesaurus It’s easy to … Continue reading 5 Simple Steps Toward Becoming a Better Writer