I Wrote A Story Every Day for a Month on Live Stream

Column by Jay Wilburn
Jay Wilburn shares his experience writing a new short story every day while streaming live on Twitch.

10 Terrible Writing Ideas that Shouldn't Work, But Sometimes Do

Column by Jay Wilburn March 8, 2021
Actually, there are way more than ten terrible writing ideas. Can you really call yourself a writer if you haven't tried a few?

10 Things I Learned Live Streaming the Writing of My 50K Word NaNoWriMo Novel

Column by Jay Wilburn
Twitch is designed for gamers & fans. More & more authors are experimenting with the platform. Jay Wilburn streamed the writing of his entire 50K word NaNoWriMo novel & learned a few things as he did.

Is Patreon Still A Viable Platform and Income Source for Authors?

Column by Jay Wilburn
Many authors have a Patreon page. Is it still a viable platform, though? Is it wise for a new writer to start one?

Becoming a Reliable Shapeshifter: The Ever-Changing Nature of Brands

Column by Gabino Iglesias July 30, 2019
Your brand can change. Change can be your brand. Here's how you can be a literary chameleon.

10 Writers Killing It On Twitter in 2019

Column by Gabino Iglesias April 12, 2019
Twitter is a crucial part of a writer's platform. Here are some folks doing it right.