This post will dive into this crucial component of a book cover. Read on to find out how to handle book cover typography — and how to make yours stand out and sell your book.
Source: 5 Tips for Better Book Cover Typography | WritersDigest.com
Grab the recipe for this Spring Pasta Carbonara loaded with peas and mint! It’s the perfect spring spin on a classic recipe!
Source: Spring Pasta Carbonara – What’s Gaby Cooking
To pitch the right agents, you first need to know exactly what it is you’re pitching. Learn the subtle differences among the many subgenres of suspense—and how to meet and exceed expectations in every one.
Source: The Differences Between a Crime Novel, Mystery Novel and Thriller Novel | WritersDigest.com
Complete the following sentence and write a scene or story that begins with it: “It’s strange to think that I never would have known about ____________ if I hadn’t taken that left turn.”
Source: Left Turn | WritersDigest.com
Writer’s Digest editors selected their favorite fiction writing tips from the 1929 WD magazine article “The Way to the Fiction House Market” by Jack Byrne.
Source: Vintage Wisdom (Good and Bad): 14 Short Fiction Writing Tips From 1929 | WritersDigest.com
These free mobile apps for writers, compiled with the assistance of the brilliant Cassie Lipp, represent some of the best tools you can use on your mobile device for productivity, writing inspiration, community and more.
Source: App Happy: 11 Free (or Mostly Free) Mobile Apps for Writers | WritersDigest.com
Take a walk around the block near your home or work, and note the pieces of litter and discarded items you find along the way. Write a story or a scene based on the items you see lying around.
Source: Writing Prompt: Trash Tales | Writer’s Digest
Author Steven James provides several options for breathing new life into stale and predictable writing. Here are his tips for jump-starting your sagging creativity.
Source: Boost Your Creativity: How to Jump-Start Your Brain | WritersDigest.com
Combination locks! They’re great if you’re skilled at remembering arbitrary strings of numbers, and have a dramatic flair that’s made them a famous part of many a heist movie. They come in a wide variety of styles, and are vulnerable to a different set of attacks than the more typical pin-tumbler locks used on a…
via 3D Printing a Combination Lock — Hackaday