Wattpad is certainly a useful platform for writers. Wattpad is also riddled with fake accounts, bots, teenagers who use it to chat and role play, cam girls trying to get viewers, and people who simply post pictures. It’s a very strange platform, barely regulated, and one that I believe is less utilitarian than Quotev, but it can still be effective especially for aspiring writers. It’s also a decent place to get feedback on a work in progress.
Hello again, everyone. The last time I wrote an article about self publishing through an alternative for Smashwords, I complained about Lulu. The short version is that unless you pay for their services, which would make them a P.O.D. company who publishes your work; and as such not actually self publishing, it is not a good alternative to Smashwords.
On a rainy day with nothing to do and nothing to watch, I got to wondering…what is the most common fetish?
The title should say it all.
Writers come in different shapes and sizes. Some of us write as much as we can in one day, never counting the words, and taking a day or two off to percolate. Some of us make certain to follow a stringent routine of no less than 2,000 words a day. Whatever works for you works for you, but after a novel has been written, it's imperative to edit that novel.
I hate reddit. I really do, but if you’re a content creator, you have to be a redditor. You simply have to.