Writers are often known for being introverts. Even if your writer is more outgoing than the stereotype, the career is being practiced at home now more than ever. So let’s take a look at some ideas that might make your giftee’s life a little more comfortable and enjoyable this holiday season.
We’re kicking off a new series this month, a spotlight feature that poses writing-related questions to our team. We hope you enjoy learning more about our team through this series, as well as getting a variety of solutions to common or tricky problems that every writer faces. In this inaugural edition, we asked the team the following question: Where do you go for inspiration as a writer?
As summer nears, the world is still being impacted heavily by coronavirus disease. We here at The Scribe Source want to share a summer reading challenge with a wide range of genres to feed your bookish hunger. If your TBR list is looking bare, then we’ve got you covered!
The theme for our gift guide this year is accessories that support and elevate the experience of writers. Whether you are (or are shopping for!) a fiction writer, content creator, social media manager, or curriculum developer, we’ve got something for you.
The sun is shining, the air is warm, and the Scribe team has no shortage of recommendations to fill out your summer reading list. Here are our top eight books to take on your vacation.
“I first heard of editing as a job when I was in middle school. I distinctly remember hearing an editor on a podcast and knowing right away that this was what I wanted to do. A career where I could read books for a living? Perfect!”
We’ve compiled a gift list full of resources for a variety of writers. It is by no means comprehensive. (Have you ever tried to ask a writer what their favorite book is? They probably gave you a laundry list and adamantly protested that they can’t pick just one.) But our list covers a good selection of team favorites with a variety of styles that (we think) deserve to be on the shelf of every writer.