Column by Jay Wilburn
NaNoWriMo is a challenge that helps people power through to complete a novel in the month of November. It can also be very discouraging for many writers. Why does Jay Wilburn keep trying it?
Column by Peter Derk
Yours is probably listed. Better take a look.
Column by Fred Venturini
Discover how goal-setting and positive thinking may be counter-intuitive to reaching the achievement you desire, especially when it comes to achieving publishing success.
Column by Annie Neugebauer March 15, 2019
What do people mean when they say someone is "trying too hard"? How does it apply to writers?
Column by Susan DeFreitas
You worked hard on that book, and your beta readers never even finished the damn thing. Why?
Column by Michael David Wilson January 15, 2018
After the One Story Per Week Challenge in 2017 it's time to set new writing goals and challenges for the new year.
Column by Richard Thomas November 21, 2017
What are you doing about your dreams? Go after them now. TODAY!
Column by Justin Hunter
Finishing a novel doesn't have to be daunting. Get out your calculator and see how math can help you reach the end.
Column by Annie Neugebauer December 23, 2016
What's to be gained from resolving to write 1,000 words a day for a year (besides a buttload of words)? One writer commits to finding out.
Column by Riki Cleveland October 10, 2016
The year might be speeding to its inevitable end, but rest assured you’ve got plenty of time to salvage your writing goals and make the most of 2016.
Column by Michael David Wilson January 15, 2016
Find out how to write goals you can actually achieve using the SMART approach.