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Want Some Great Writing Advice From Around the Web?
March 3, 2017
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Dear writers,

You do want some great writing advice from some of the best sources in all the kingdoms of the internets, right?

Of course you do.

A Very Good List of Writing Advice – Do Not Ignore!

Author: Chuck Wending | Blog: Terribleminds

As usual, multi-talented writer Chuck Wendig gets right to the point from the title. He doesn’t play around. (Actually, he does. He plays around a lot.) He offers a lot of valuable advice, from finishing what you start to eating bees. No, just read it.

I recommend browsing his blog and reading around, and just to get you started here’s another great article: Write Unafraid, Without Fear of Failure.

John Steinbeck on the Loneliness of Success and His Surprising Source of Self-Salvation

Author: Maria Popova | Blog: Brain Pickings

Brain Pickings is all about gleaning lessons from the work, the lives, and the advice of great writers and artists. Here, Maria Popova examines the highs and lows of John Steinbeck’s career, and what he did to turn the lows back into highs.

Failure and Patience: Lessons from the Garden for Writers

Author: Yoojin Grace Wuertz | Blog: Literary Hub

Lithub is a great place if you’re looking for the highbrow-iest of the highbrow in the literary world. But don’t worry, it’s not all stuffed shirts and wet blankets. A lot of authors share their stories, and what inspired, helped, or hurt their careers.

Yoojin Grace Wuertz is a Korean-born American novelist, a Yale graduate, author of Everything Belongs to UsIn this article, she shares her experiences writing her first novel, and gardening, and what the one taught her about the other.

Could Your Book Be as Popular as The Hunger Games?

Author: Stephanie Orges | Blog: Be Kind, Rewrite

The artist has a complicated relationship with commercialism. It’s a polarizing topic. But we live in a world where the only way to survive is to find a peaceful harmony between art and commerce. Be Kind, Rewrite shares a perspective on the relationship between marketing, iconography, and bestsellers.

 

Keeping writing mindfully, friends.

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