Mina Maguire, "The Witchy Author," wrote her first completed novel in 13 weeks on her Freewrite Traveler. A history fanatic with a minor in classic civ, Mina writes adult fantasy and romance on Traveler, which she loves because it's easy to store and lets her draft anywhere — on the couch, on the train, or at a desk. That's crucial when you've got a deadline to hit! We sat down with Mina to chat about her writing process and how others can learn to draft fast.
Sometimes, when we encounter a difficult period in life, writing practice and our creative self can both fall by the wayside. And other times, writing is the very thing that gets us through. WriterDanielle Christopherjoins us from her home on the west coast of Canada to talk about how writing carries her through periods of illness and injury.
Introducing Postbox public profiles. With a public profile on Postbox, you'll earn badges for hitting writing milestones, see graphs to mark your progress, and have a unique URL to display them all and share with friends.
As writers, we all dream of sharing our stories with the world. But publishing is a tricky business. And it's no secret that the publishing industry has changed greatly over the last decade — and continues to change.
Michael Jecks has been using Freewrite to draft his medieval mystery novels for six years. As a reflection on the last six years, Michael took us through a quick review of the writing tools he's used over the years, from typewriters to Freewrite.
As refreshing as an ice-cold drink in hand, two special editions of the Freewrite Smart Typewriter are here to bring zest back to your writing process. Break free of the grind and see what happens when your imagination gets a taste of Lemon and Mint. 🍋🌿
It's no secret that there are quite a few romance writers in the Freewrite community! We sat down with a few to discuss the process of writing romance and to find out what makes romance & Freewrite such a great partnership.
Stuck for a Father's Day gift? Or maybe the family is getting together and you need a fun activity. Try this writing exercise for Dad and all family members, including kids young and old. (Though little ones may need an adult who can write to partner with.)