200 Powerful Words to Use Instead of “Good”

Looking for another word for “good”? Check out this infographic with 200 better words for “good” to make your writing more impactful.

Source: 200 Powerful Words to Use Instead of “Good” [Infographic]

The Blessing Of Writer’s Block 

Writer’s block can actually be a blessing… if you can get beyond the sticking point. The very fact of being blocked says something positive (while also saying something that needs attention) about your story sensibility… it’s not working (either the story or your story sense), and so you stop.  Perhaps a good thing.  Much better to wait it out, to pound it out – using that same story sensibility to arrive at a better plan – than say “screw it” and finish and submit something that doesn’t work as well as it should.

Source: Art Holcomb on Writer’s Block – Storyfix.com

Creative Spark: Aline Brosh McKenna

Creative Spark

128 Words To Use Instead Of “Very”

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Source: 128 Words To Use Instead Of “Very” | Kobo Writing Life

You Don’t Have to Quit Your Day Job to Be Happy

As creative writer Bianca Bass explains, the advice to “Just quit” is a wishy washy pipe dream at best for many people. Sure, there are some folks who quit their job, travel the world, start a business, or make a new career. For those people, that’s great. But you don’t have to follow that same path or else be cursed to a life of unhappiness. You can keep your day job and find fulfillment elsewhere, or even use that day job to finance a better life later on.

Source: You Don’t Have to Quit Your Day Job to Be Happy

10 Things Authors Are Doing Wrong (And 7 They’re Doing Right)

Source: 10 things authors are doing wrong (and 7 they’re doing right)

Creating Author Websites: The Definitive Guide |

Experts say that creating author websites is crucial for aspiring authors. It’s important to build your fan base before you start writing a book.

Source: Creating Author Websites: The Definitive Guide |

Bruce Lee For Writers

Source: 33 Screenwriting Lessons from the Philosophy of Bruce Lee – ScreenCraft