Journalism vs. Fiction: What’s the Difference?

by Marylee MacDonald, November 17, 2017 in For Writers Ready to Publish, For Writers Who Need Readers

What’s the difference between journalism and fiction, and why should you care? Well, if you’re a writer in this day and age, you’re likely to do more than one kind of writing. Long-form journalism often pays. Fiction rarely does. Or, at least, it can take time for people to find you and buy your books. […]

Do Women Writers Face an Uphill Battle? How Women’s Writing Communities Can Help

by Marylee MacDonald, November 4, 2017 in Online communities

You’d think that in this day and age, women writers would have it made. After all, women buy more books than men. At writing conferences I’ve attended, women far outnumber men. Whether we’ve devoted our lives to our careers or families, I sense in women writers a pent up desire to explore their creativity. But, […]