The Daily Muse – April 20th, 2020

I’ve discussed reading habits before and why you really want to read good books, but how, as a writer, you may have to read professionally some books you don’t enjoy. But today, I want to urge you to not forget the values of a bad book.

Why A Bad Book Can Be a Good Read

Have you ever wondered which draft you are working on? Many people wonder if they are writing their first draft or editing their story. You may be halfway through your book and decide to start all over from the beginning. Or you may have written the entire manuscript, but now be starting all over again.

First Draft, Second Draft, or Editing: How to Know What Draft You’re On

As songwriters, we all know that there is a lot that goes into writing the perfect song. Regardless of the genre, creating music is a long but rewarding task that requires many hours and much attention to detail.

Songwriter U – Five Basic Tips for Songwriting

All writers have to fit their writing in around other things in their life. The vast majority, at least when they start out, have a day job, studies, or some equivalent. Writing when you have kids, though, can be a particularly tough challenge.

How to Write When… You Have Kids

Whether you write regularly or every once in a while, it is important to keep your writing muscles loose and ready to work. Writing prompts can help you push past writers block and keep your writing muscles sharp

123 Song Ideas You Can Write Your Own Lyrics To

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