Author Archives: ANGELA ACKERMAN

About ANGELA ACKERMAN

Angela is an international speaker and bestselling author who loves to travel, teach, empower writers, and pay-it-forward. She also enjoys dreaming up new tools and resources for One Stop For Writers, a library built to help writers elevate their storytelling.

Best of the Best: Free Resources to Power Up Your Writing

It doesn’t take many visits to see that providing writers with what they need to succeed is pretty serious business around here. And because the ‘ol pocketbook can be a bit flat this time of year, we wanted to shine … Continue reading

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Happy Holidays from Writers Helping Writers

Hi everyone, It’s time for us to close down the year with holiday wishes and our thanks for making 2017 a fantastic year. We hope you enjoy this time with family and friends, get some good reading time in, and … Continue reading

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The Different Kinds of Editing: A Breakdown (with Examples)

All writers need an editor. Stephen King needs one. JK Rowling needs one. You and me? We DEFINITELY need one. But this is where it gets confusing…because there are many types of editors. How do we know what we need? … Continue reading

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Occupation Thesaurus Entry: Librarian

Jobs are as important for our characters as they are for real people. A character’s career might be their dream job or one they’ve chosen due to necessity. In your story, they might be trying to get that job or … Continue reading

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One Stop For Writers December Deal: 25% off All Plans

This is a bit scary, but do you realize we are less than three weeks from Christmas? THREE WEEKS, people. I feel like a giant, multi-tentacled time-eating monster came along and made a buffet out of the calendar. I mean, … Continue reading

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Holiday Gifts for Writers: The Ultimate List

It’s that time of year again, and Writers Helping Writers is in GIFT MODE. Becca is so on point with this stuff, always the thoughtful gifter. I think I’ve got a good idea for her this year, and together we’ve … Continue reading

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Occupation Thesaurus Entry: Human Test Subject

Jobs are as important for our characters as they are for real people. A character’s career might be their dream job or one they’ve chosen due to necessity. In your story, they might be trying to get that job or … Continue reading

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Escape The Slush Pile: Elements of a Successful Query Pitch

Heads up! Pitch Pro Sarah Isaacson has a Query Clinic here PACKED with info to help you escape the slush pile. For length, my intro is short, so read on for a bounty of query advice gold to put into action. … Continue reading

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Occupation Thesaurus Entry: Exotic Dancer

Jobs are as important for our characters as they are for real people. A character’s career might be their dream job or one they’ve chosen due to necessity. In your story, they might be trying to get that job or … Continue reading

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Got 15 Minutes? How to Write 500+ Words

Life is busy, and for many of us, writing happens in smaller blocks of time rather than in big chunks. If we fall prey to one of the many distractions that are competing for our attention, then BAM, that writing … Continue reading

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