35 Posts To Help Writers Elevate Their Craft And Marketing Skills

A friend of mine asked me for a list of posts that I would like shared online (how nice, right?) and it prompted me to visit my website stats to see what posts were the most popular with those who visit.

This in turn led to the bright idea that instead of just sending her the list, I should share it here, too!

If you are looking for helpful posts in different areas of writing and marketing, these TOP 5 LISTS are ones visitors seem to enjoy the most. If you find any of them especially helpful, feel free to pass them on to others, too. 🙂


The Four Types of Character Flaws

Personality Traits: Building a Balanced Character

Lessons From James Scott Bell: Characters That Jump Off The Page

Finding Your Character’s Weakness

The Subtle Knife: Writing Characters Readers Trust But Shouldn’t


Hidden Emotions: How To Tell Readers What Characters Don’t Want To Show

Writing Emotion: Does Your Hero Shrug, Smile & Frown Too Much?

Writing Extreme Emotion Without The Melodrama

Show, Don’t Tell: Revealing True Emotion In Dialogue

3 Steps to Taking Your Character Further and Deeper With…Anger?


Understanding Character Wounds: A List Of Common Themes

How To Uncover Your Character’s Emotional Wound

Emotional Wounds Thesaurus

Why Is Your Character’s Emotional Wound So Important?

How Your Hero’s Past Pain Will Determine His Character Flaws


Planning a Novel: Character Arc In A Nutshell

5 Surprising Ways Regret Can Deepen Your Hero’s Arc

The Importance of Psychological Development in Character Growth

How Your Character’s Failures Can Map A Route To Self-Growth

The Connection Between Emotional Wounds and Basic Needs


Writing Patterns Into Fiction: Scene and Sequel

Story Midpoint & Mirror Moment: Using Heroes’ Emotions To Transform Them

James Scott Bell: The “Write From The Middle” Method

5 Important Ways to Use Symbolism in Your Story

Inside One Stop For Writers: Unique Templates & Worksheets


A Book Marketing Truth Few Experts Will Admit

5 Steps To Find Your Book’s Ideal Audience

Creative Book Launches That Command Attention

Need Online Exposure? Asking Bloggers For Help

Marketing For Introverts

Navigating The Changing Face of Book Promotion With Smart, Effective Strategies


How To Research Your Book Smarter, Instead of Harder

Eight Ways To Make Your Character More Plausible

The 7-Step Business Plan For Writers

Flaws, Emotional Trauma & The Character’s Wound

Brainstorming The Hero Before You Start Writing

Hopefully there are a few post here that catch your eye and can help you with whatever you are currently wrestling with.

And what is the #1 visited page on our site?


There’s a reason for it, too…if you haven’t visited, I recommend you do. There are many free tools and handouts that have been downloaded well over 50,000+ times.

Before you go…

If you are looking for more writing help, swing by the Features and Tools page at One Stop for Writers (our sister site) or give our FREE TRIAL a spin.

Chances are if you like what we do in our books for writers, you’ll probably love the arsenal of tools we’re creating at One Stop.

Happy writing, all!





Angela is a writing coach, international speaker, and bestselling author who loves to travel, teach, empower writers, and pay-it-forward. She also is a founder of One Stop For Writers, an online library packed with powerful tools to help writers elevate their storytelling.
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13 Responses to 35 Posts To Help Writers Elevate Their Craft And Marketing Skills

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  2. Jeanette (Jet) says:

    Very helpful list! It will certainly assist me with my WIP. Bookmarked for ongoing reference. Thanks!

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  4. Patty Ewald says:

    Very helpful!

  5. This is fantastic, Angela! Thanks so much. 🙂

  6. Sacha Black says:

    thanks for the posts – SUPER excited to hear of your new thesaurus, I’ll be first in the cue to pre order!

  7. Glad to hear these will help! Happy writing, All 🙂

  8. Great selection here, Angela!!

  9. Paula Cappa says:

    This is terrific, Angela! Like a mini writing course on one page. Thank you for all you do for writers.

  10. Wow, thank you for placing these tools all in one spot. I’ll check out writer’s tools also.

  11. Thanks for putting these all together in one post. Very helpful! I’ve stashed it to come back to again and again and tweeted it. Good stuff!

  12. JC (Judi) Martell says:

    So glad your friend got you thinking. The list is great and has been bookmarked in my “special stuff” folder.

    Thanks for the list (and for the articles in the first place!)

  13. Excellent – not surprised about Tools for Writers and I shared that link at the time on my blog!

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