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!

suivezlalune: For war and fighting scenes Types of  Weapons: Aircraft: air-dropped bombair-launched missileair-launched rocketair-launched torpedo Anti-aircraft Flamethrowers Firearms: assault riflebattle rifleblow forward firearm bullpup carbine delayed blowback firearm firearm   grenade launchermachine gun   multiple barrel firearmpistolshotgun sniper rifle submachine gunrecoilless rifle Knives: ballistic knifebayonetboning knifebutterfly knifecarving knifecombat knifedaggerfighting… Read more

Character Development Questions: Hard Mode

i-see-light: Does your character have siblings or family members in their age group? Which one are they closest with? What is/was your character’s relationship with their mother like? What is/was your character’s relationship with their father like? Has your character… Read moreCharacter Development Questions: Hard Mode

How Much Can Kill You?

woodrider: eccentric-nae: pr1nceshawn: Water –  Everyone has heard that they should drink 2 liters of water every day. But if you drink 3 times as much, your kidneys will not be able to process this much liquid and get it… Read moreHow Much Can Kill You?

How Much Can Kill You?

woodrider: eccentric-nae: pr1nceshawn: Water –  Everyone has heard that they should drink 2 liters of water every day. But if you drink 3 times as much, your kidneys will not be able to process this much liquid and get it… Read moreHow Much Can Kill You?

Why Some Blog Writers Become Incredibly Popular and You Can, Too.

Excerpt: You. Are. Magical. I’d like to leave you with a few tips to consider: Building a readership takes time, usually longer than you expect. Don’t give up. It’s okay to fall on your face, then get back up and… Read moreWhy Some Blog Writers Become Incredibly Popular and You Can, Too.

Why Some Blog Writers Become Incredibly Popular and You Can, Too.

Excerpt: You. Are. Magical. I’d like to leave you with a few tips to consider: Building a readership takes time, usually longer than you expect. Don’t give up. It’s okay to fall on your face, then get back up and… Read moreWhy Some Blog Writers Become Incredibly Popular and You Can, Too.

Basic Plot Tropes

linaugustineart: These basic plot tropes describe the overall goal/conflict of the story, which means that everything that happens in the story is for the sake of the trope. It is the protagonist’s main goal/desire. These are helpful for when you… Read moreBasic Plot Tropes

Basic Plot Tropes

linaugustineart: These basic plot tropes describe the overall goal/conflict of the story, which means that everything that happens in the story is for the sake of the trope. It is the protagonist’s main goal/desire. These are helpful for when you… Read moreBasic Plot Tropes

Advice: Translating Foreign Language for the Reader

writing-questions-answered: Anonymous asked: Do you have any resources for using minimal foreign language within dialogue and translating it for readers? Translation in fiction shouldn’t rely on end notes, footnotes, or brackets, which disrupt the flow and pull readers out of the… Read moreAdvice: Translating Foreign Language for the Reader