Hi there! We just published a post that I thought would be a great resource for the copyright section of your resources. It’s called How To Copyright A Book and it’s a comprehensive guide we spent 3 months researching. Here’s the post: blog(.)reedsy(.)com/how-to-copyright-a-book. Inside it, there’s a pretty cool flowchart infographic that takes authors straight through the copyright registration process :) Hope you like it!

: This looks like a great resource! Thanks for sending it our way! 🙂 Check it out, WQA community! https://blog.reedsy.com/how-to-copyright-a-book ———————————————————————————–Have a writing question? I’d love to hear from you! Prohibited topics: portrayal of diverse characters, emotions, specialist knowledge questions… Read moreHi there! We just published a post that I thought would be a great resource for the copyright section of your resources. It’s called How To Copyright A Book and it’s a comprehensive guide we spent 3 months researching. Here’s the post: blog(.)reedsy(.)com/how-to-copyright-a-book. Inside it, there’s a pretty cool flowchart infographic that takes authors straight through the copyright registration process 🙂 Hope you like it!

I’ve been having a hard time finding answers online, so I was wondering how extensive your knowledge is on out of body experiences? The scene I’m trying to write has a character unconscious and I was wondering if it’s possible to have an OBE during that?

Wonderful question! I thought the answers would be more straight-forward, and I was surprised at what I came across. I’m really glad I put the legwork into this, and I hope it helps you! If you know how to read… Read moreI’ve been having a hard time finding answers online, so I was wondering how extensive your knowledge is on out of body experiences? The scene I’m trying to write has a character unconscious and I was wondering if it’s possible to have an OBE during that?

pilferingapples: marauders4evr: See, the problem with people who aren’t in wheelchairs writing about and/or drawing people who are in (manual) wheelchairs is that the people who aren’t in wheelchairs tend to think that there’s only like four movements that you… Read more

WRITING HELP/CHARACTER writing a bitchy character (1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10) writing a cocky character (1,2,3,4) writing a emotion character (1,2) How to play a hippie Playing the quiet character. Portraying the shopaholic. Portraying a mute character. Portraying a kleptomaniac. How to play the… Read more

WRITING HELP/CHARACTER writing a bitchy character (1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10) writing a cocky character (1,2,3,4) writing a emotion character (1,2) How to play a hippie Playing the quiet character. Portraying the shopaholic. Portraying a mute character. Portraying a kleptomaniac. How to play the… Read more

bigbraingene: 60 Awesome Search Engines for Serious Writers Finding the information you need as a writer shouldn’t be a chore. Luckily, there are plenty of search engines out there that are designed to help you at any stage of the… Read more

bigbraingene: 60 Awesome Search Engines for Serious Writers Finding the information you need as a writer shouldn’t be a chore. Luckily, there are plenty of search engines out there that are designed to help you at any stage of the… Read more

smartgirlsattheparty: kittyfarts: ill-ary: ‘Meet the Generation of Incredible Native American Women Fighting to Preserve Their Culture’ via Marie Claire This always slays YASSSS Using these photos to help inspire my research for a story about a Native American girl. Remember,… Read more

smartgirlsattheparty: kittyfarts: ill-ary: ‘Meet the Generation of Incredible Native American Women Fighting to Preserve Their Culture’ via Marie Claire This always slays YASSSS Using these photos to help inspire my research for a story about a Native American girl. Remember,… Read more

Triangulation or The Subtle Art of Connecting Dots

fixyourwritinghabits: One of the basics steps when writing a story is research. Looking for an specific topic is easy, but sometimes you forget that elements are connected and when you start writing about them you realise you have to make… Read moreTriangulation or The Subtle Art of Connecting Dots

Triangulation or The Subtle Art of Connecting Dots

fixyourwritinghabits: One of the basics steps when writing a story is research. Looking for an specific topic is easy, but sometimes you forget that elements are connected and when you start writing about them you realise you have to make… Read moreTriangulation or The Subtle Art of Connecting Dots

captainironears: dendroica: Tiny songbird discovered to migrate non-stop, 1,500 miles over the Atlantic For more than 50 years, scientists had tantalizing clues suggesting that a tiny, boreal forest songbird known as the blackpoll warbler departs each fall from New England… Read more

captainironears: dendroica: Tiny songbird discovered to migrate non-stop, 1,500 miles over the Atlantic For more than 50 years, scientists had tantalizing clues suggesting that a tiny, boreal forest songbird known as the blackpoll warbler departs each fall from New England… Read more

Support Stephanie Tillman creating blog posts

jayalaw: writeinspiration: writeinspiration: Check it out! I am officially done with grad school, so now I need to figure out what I’m doing with my life! I’m treating writing like a full-time job, so I’m working hard to make it… Read moreSupport Stephanie Tillman creating blog posts

Support Stephanie Tillman creating blog posts

jayalaw: writeinspiration: writeinspiration: Check it out! I am officially done with grad school, so now I need to figure out what I’m doing with my life! I’m treating writing like a full-time job, so I’m working hard to make it… Read moreSupport Stephanie Tillman creating blog posts

how do you portray things or situations correctly, if you have not experienced them personally?

This is a tough question! The biggest answer is research and a good imagination. Empathy will help you a lot here. If it is something generally described as a bad experience, do your best to think of how you’d feel… Read morehow do you portray things or situations correctly, if you have not experienced them personally?

how do you portray things or situations correctly, if you have not experienced them personally?

This is a tough question! The biggest answer is research and a good imagination. Empathy will help you a lot here. If it is something generally described as a bad experience, do your best to think of how you’d feel… Read morehow do you portray things or situations correctly, if you have not experienced them personally?

Triangulation or The Subtle Art of Connecting Dots

fixyourwritinghabits: One of the basics steps when writing a story is research. Looking for an specific topic is easy, but sometimes you forget that elements are connected and when you start writing about them you realise you have to make… Read moreTriangulation or The Subtle Art of Connecting Dots

Triangulation or The Subtle Art of Connecting Dots

fixyourwritinghabits: One of the basics steps when writing a story is research. Looking for an specific topic is easy, but sometimes you forget that elements are connected and when you start writing about them you realise you have to make… Read moreTriangulation or The Subtle Art of Connecting Dots

rangerkimmy: mazarin221b: random-nexus: icykitty: soaringsparrows: nataliesfantasticadventures: I Promise I’m Not a Murderer: The Story of a Researching Writer now with a sequel: I Swear I’m Not Pregnant, I’m Just Naming Characters Don’t forget: I’m not Trying to Break Into This… Read more