Written by Sarah Allen
What extras and goodies can new writers use to keep people visiting and coming back to their blogs?
Written by ChasePDavies
Revision is an essential part of the writing process. Though it may not be the most pleasant thing to do, it makes good writing into excellent writing.
Written by David Powers King
A review of a surprisingly good read that I won from a giveaway. Rich with emotion and hope, Come Back To Me by Melissa Foster is like a Nicholas Sparks novel.
Written by J. A. Bennett
Is blogging about writing hurting your blog?
Written by JayrodPG
A discussion on the various flavors of black folks by which we can create fictional characters from.
Written by Angie Cothran
Your characters must fulfill a need in each other. The deeper the need the deeper the connection!
Written by Nick Hight
How to craft meaningful events and changes in your story that really makes it go somewhere.
Written by Jolly Fish Press
Author Adrienne Monson writes on writing about the literary business of vampirism.
Written by zyzo
Must there be romantic subplots in every book? The answer to this question (not necessarily the CORRECT answer, mind you) is the subject of today's post.
Written by gorion
As a writer I appreciate any window into history I can get, especially anecdotes like geese warning about an invading army.
Written by sarahmccanless
When your mind is stuck in chaos, here are some tips and tricks to get your focus back and find that elusive flow.
Written by Debbie Maxwell Allen
A breakdown of Description Resources available at The Bookshelf Muse, including an Emotion Thesaurus, Character Trait Thesaurus, Setting Thesaurus and more.