How to Keep Writing Momentum Going in the Summer

Remember when you were a child and summer time meant spending all day in the sun? The months between school were truly spent unwinding and having fun. To some extent, adults still treat summer this way, especially when exotic trips are involved. However, when you are a writer the seasons do not affect your work, […]

How to Edit my Book

If you have completed your book, then you are on to the next step of the process: editing. A HUGE disclaimer: Your book will likely be reviewed and edited several times by you, but friends, by professionals, by everyone! Now that the disclaimer is out of the way we can discuss the first step to […]

The Mother of All Mothers in Books

Yesterday was Mother’s Day, so happy belated Mother’s Day to mothers, grandmothers, and motherly figures everywhere. What better way to celebrate Mother’s Day than looking into the best mother characters of all time. Now, keep in mind, there are many more where this came from, you can certainly add a comment below with the characters […]

What I Wish I Knew Before I Became a Writer

Writing is not easy. Anyone who says so is fibbing. It can be easier for others, it can be easier depending upon the mood, the topic, the person’s place in life. However, it is still not easy. So, what things should you know before beginning to write, before beginning to walk the road to becoming […]

Literary Easter Eggs and How to Use Them

Easter was yesterday, so what better topic for today’s blog than eggs? Now, we are not going to be discussing the best hiding spots for Easter eggs (although, hiding things up high usually makes for a longer hunt), but instead, we will be discussing literary Easter eggs. So, what are Easter eggs in writing?  Easter […]

Thank You, Book Lovers

We want to take this time to give a shout-out to all those people who not only ignite the interest in reading and writing but those who then stoke those flames throughout the years. The Reno editing gals at Pypeline Editing know of quite a few people who deserve thanks and credit for keeping literacy alive. […]

Tolkien Reading Day

Are you a fan of J.R.R. Tolkien, writer of the popular The Lord of the Rings series? His books have been adapted to the silver screen, awakening a new batch of Tolkien readers to an already impressive number of Tolkien fans. Tolkien Reading Day is March 25 around the world. This day was started in 2003 […]

How Editors Celebrate National Grammar Day

National Grammar Day was this past weekend, Saturday, March 4, 2017, and the Reno Editing gals at Pypeline Editing certainly know how to party. Editing people love grammar, and writing people love grammar, too. Are you an editor or a writer? Or, are you a grammar aficionado? Then, National Grammar Day is certainly for you. If […]

Emotional Baggage is Writing Gold

Some of the best stories and written works are fueled by true life tragedies. Think Maya Angelou and her strong stories. She spoke to millions of readers because she was powerful, her words were powerful. It was believable as it was in fact true. You cannot fake genuine connections like this. Every person on this planet is […]

An Ode to Book Reading

If you are feeling low and need some writing inspiration, first find some reading inspiration with Pypeline Editing’s first Ode to Book Reading: Think back to a book that took your breath away. You know the one. Can you picture it? Can you think back to holding it in your hands? Can you imagine the […]

Book Blogs You Should Follow in Reno

Reno is a very literary place, don’t let the beer crawls and casinos fool you. Whether you are a local or even a visitor to the Biggest Little City, check the list of local book blogs below for information on book titles you may even find yourself interested in reading. Consider it a digital book […]

Unusual Writing Tips

As a writer, you probably hear the same writing advice over and over. Make sure you dedicate some time to write, read constantly, don’t censor yourself during the writing phase, etc. Those are good tips for writers, but we wanted to share some unusual writing tips you may not have heard. Write a terrible story. […]

How to Write Realistic Characters

Have you ever read a book and the characters were so two-dimensional you didn’t even care what happened to them? Caring about a character is the first step to caring about a story. If you have a relatable character, then you have the main ingredient, and we are here to tell you how to do that. […]

Getting out of a Writing Rut

There are times when your writing is not living up to your standards and you aren’t sure how to fix it. It happens to the best of us, so don’t be too worried; just make sure you do something about it. Below are some tips to help you out of your writing rut. Choose a […]

How to Act like an Editor this Winter

If you read the title of this blog you were probably expecting something crazy and odd; editors must do weird things. However, I assure you, we are fairly tame, but these tips may benefit you this season. (Even if they seem a little straight forward.) So, how does an editor celebrate the winter, especially a day after […]

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