Five prolific writers discuss their inspiration sources and writing tips. (Dickie Bush, Ev Chapman, Kevon Cheung, Thomas J Bevan & Arunima Khunteta)
April Dunford is a “naturally caffeinated one-trick pony”. She drinks terrible decaf because she doesn’t need caffeine to be energised. She calls herself a one-trick pony because she’s all about positioning. After 25 years as a VP of marketing and 5 years of consulting tech companies on positioning, she decided to bundle her knowledge in …
Cassandra Chaput talks about writing poetry and publishing her first two collections Rooted and Rooted II. She also discusses how she became a proofreader and editor.
Rob Fitzpatrick discusses writing his three books, beta-reading and marketing your book so word of mouth takes over.
David Kadavy talks about design for hackers, mind management, not time management and the heart to start. He also discuses optimising creativity and the difference between self-publishing and traditional publishing.
Writing is a struggle. Sometimes, you need a pat on the back and sometimes, you want to see what others did before. Hence these 40 writing tips by authors like Stephen King, Ray Bradbury and J.K. Rowling.
Ramli John, the author of Product-Led Onboarding, discusses the importance of story and metaphor, onboarding readers and finding inspiration by teaching first.
Craig Burgess, the author of Extreme Production and The Magic Visual, talks about inspiration, writing tools and journaling.
Mohit, John Paul, Dylan, Sharissa and Johna share writing advice and sources of inspirations for poetry, journalism, essays and more.
Ayush Chaturvedi talks about his book Seven Habits of Highly Successful Tweeple, writing in 30 days and pursuing your goals.