The Write Practice Can Help You Get Published

Let me show you how

You want to get published. That makes sense. Most writers do.

But here’s the question: are you practicing?

Because Michael Jordan practiced.

Joshua Bell practices. 

Tiger Woods practiced. He took his first swing when he was two years old.

Bill Gates practiced.

Pablo Picasso practiced. He started painting when he was seven.

 

But most writers don’t practice.

Most writers think they were born with whatever talent they have and they’re not going to get much better.

Most writers believe if you’re not a genius writer, you’ll never be one. They believe if you’re not a good writer, you’ll never become a good writer. They believe that we are limited, basically, to whatever talent we were born with.

At The Write Practice, we don’t believe that:

  • We believe everyone can become a great writer.
  • We believe everything has something important they have to share with the world.
  • We believe everyone can grow through practice (and everyone can get published).

 

And you? Are you practicing your writing?

I started The Write Practice in 2011 with one goal, to help writers like me. To help them practice, become better writers, and get their best writing published. 

The Write Practice is here to kick-start your practice. You have to write millions of words no one is ever going to see before you can write the ones that will change someone’s life.

All we ask for is fifteen minutes a day, five days a week, you will practice with fresh writing prompts, unique lessons on technique, and an encouraging, supportive community to give you feedback.

As you learn how great writers found their voices, you’ll grow into yours. And you’ll be on your way not just to publishing, but to publishing something people will actually want to read.

Welcome to The Write Practice. Ready to start your practice?

 

What Writers Are Saying About Us

More than any other writing blog, I’ve found the feedback from Joe and the other readers on everybody’s contributions the best way for me to polish my writing.

Audrey Chin

Award winning author

If there is a specific category for “encourages the art of writing in everyone,” I believe you have your winner

Gord Mayer

There are so many worthy writing blogs out there, but what makes this one unique is how extremely practical and relevant it is. It’s focused and intentional, providing exactly what every writer needs: PRACTICE.

Jeff Goins

Wall Street Journal bestselling author

I found Joe and The Write Practice, and now I’m writing again. ‘Nuff said.

Ryan Rhiel

All my successes stem from the encouragement you’ve given me and others through your site and course.

Mirel Abeles

Author

I love this blog, both as a writer and a person interested in seeing other writers succeed. Joe’s insights are good for both new and accomplished writers, and the exercises keep his readers writing and learning every day.

Mark Almand

Author and professional editor

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Meet Our Team

Monica Clark

Monica Clark

Contributor

Monica is a lawyer trying to knock out her first novel. She lives in D.C. but is still a New Yorker. You can follow her on her blog or on Twitter (@monicamclark).

Jeff Elkins

Jeff Elkins

Contributor

Jeff Elkins is a writer who lives Baltimore with his wife and five kids. If you enjoy his writing, he’d be honored if you would subscribe to his free monthly newsletter. All subscribers receive a free copy of Jeff’s urban fantasy novella The Window Washing Boy.

Pamela Hodges

Pamela Hodges

Contributor

Pamela Hodges is a writer and an artist. She writes with wit and honesty about art, creativity, and her life with three cats, two dogs, and seven litter boxes at ipaintiwrite.com. You can connect with her on Facebook and Twitter, or check out her art here.

Alice Sudlow

Alice Sudlow

Managing Editor

Alice has a keen eye for comma splices, misplaced hyphens, and well-turned sentences, which she puts to good use as the content editor of The Write Practice and Short Fiction Break literary magazine. A Story Grid Certified Editor, she loves to help writers hone their craft and take their stories from good to excellent.

David Safford

David Safford

Contributor

David is the author of The Bean of Life, the story of a man who decides to save the world with coffee. He also wrote the free book 10 Reasons Readers Quit Your Book to help writers create stories that work every time, available for free here.

Ruthanne Reid

Ruthanne Reid

Community Manager

Author of the Among the Mythos series. Frothy, according to Kirkus Reviews. Thrives on regular servings of good books and cute cats. Lives in New York City.

The Magic Violinist

The Magic Violinist

Contributor

The Magic Violinist is a young, aspiring author who writes mostly fantasy stories. She loves to play with her dog and spend time with her family. Oh, and she’s homeschooled. You can visit her blog at themagicviolinist.blogspot.com.

Sue Weems

Sue Weems

Contributor

Sue Weems is a writer, teacher, and traveller with an advanced degree in (mostly fictional) revenge. When she’s not rationalizing her love for parentheses (and dramatic asides), she follows a sailor around the globe with their four children, two dogs, and an impossibly tall stack of books to read. You can read more of her writing tips on her website.

Meghan Tschanz

Meghan Tschanz

Book Mentor

Meghan is an author, blogger, and social justice advocate. Her work-in-progress is about working with women who were the victims of abuse and sexual slavery throughout the world. You can follow her on her website paintedorange.com.

Joe Bunting

Joe Bunting

Founder and Editor-in-Chief

Joe Bunting is a writer, father of three, and the owner of too many typewriters. He has written seven books, and his organization, The Write Practice, has helped over 10 million people become better writers. He and his wife, Talia, split their time between Atlanta, Georgia and Santa Barbara, California. You can follow Joe on Twitter and Facebook.

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