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“Don’t Judge a Book by its cover”- You must have heard it a zillion times yet you feel trapped by the appeal each book carries. No matter how much digging you want to do but deep in your mind, that compelling book cover has created a big place, which is now persuading you to give […]

The post Top 10 Book Cover Design Trends For 2019 appeared first on WTD.

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Stephen King is acknowledged as one of the most successful writers of his generation selling over 350 million books. Not only that, he is also one of the most prolific having published almost 60 novels and over 200 short stories under his own name and his pen name of Richard Bachman. Today I want to […]

The post Stephen King: Top 10 Tips for Writing Success appeared first on WTD.

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Sometimes I compare my job as a writer to his and I wonder if I’m bringing enough value to the world and helping enough people. Genevieve Parker-Hill The above quote comes from a wonderful post called Write the Book, Save the World. In the post Genevieve wonders why she should be proud to be a […]

The post 10 Reasons Why You Should be Proud to be a Writer appeared first on WTD.

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Editor’s note: Whether you have kids or not, this article is worth reading. Ali really has done it all – edited A-list blogs, written successful books for herself and well-known brands and created great courses for bloggers and writers. If you ever struggle to keep on writing, kids or not, read on… Five and a […]

The post Should You Give Up on Writing When You Have Kids? appeared first on WTD.

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We all love to read classic works by famous writers. Apart from being great reading, they also inspire us to aim higher in our own writing. Famous writers are often as individual and fascinating as the works they create and this spills over into their work habits. Below is an infographic showing some of theses […]

The post 18 Famous Writers & Their Weird & Wonderful Work Habits appeared first on WTD.

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We all love to read classic works by famous writers. Apart from being great reading, they also inspire us to aim higher in our own writing. Famous writers are often as individual and fascinating as the works they create and this spills over into their work habits. Below is an infographic showing some of theses […]

The post 18 Famous Writers & Their Weird & Wonderful Work Habits appeared first on WTD.

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Time management is important in any line of work, but for the writer, it can be the difference between getting paid or not. Chances are, there are many other things calling your attention that can easily distract you from using your valuable time wisely.  The number one issue that writers face daily, is dealing with […]

The post Useful Time Management Hacks Every Writer Should Know appeared first on WTD.

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Editor: Whether you’re a copywriter, author, freelancer or blogger, knowing how to craft a call to action (CTA) is essential. Being such a tiny part of a web page, a call to action can be easily ignored. Yet, it’s an incredibly important part of the page; the “door” that visitors step through, whether to buy, […]

The post Call to Action: The Mega Power of Tiny Copy appeared first on WTD.

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Creative writing classes are mostly about communicating ideas and information in imaginative ways. Ironically, teachers find that they have to conduct their lessons and workshops through boring teaching methods and instructional materials. Education experts often recommend creativity on the teachers’ part, especially during craft-related classes. This is because non-traditional teaching methods tend to be more […]

The post Teaching Tips: How To Make Creative Writing Classes More Interesting appeared first on WTD.

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How many books did you read in 2018? Although writing more is perhaps the best way to write better, a writer’s reading habits can be almost as important. Reading exposes you to other writing styles, voices and plots, and can bring fresh inspiration. Seeing what other writers do well will also help you get a better […]

The post A Writer Reads: World Reading Habits[Infographic] appeared first on WTD.

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