Written by Kristy G. Stewart
Your antagonists are as important to your story as your heroes, so don't sell them short. Let them be human, even if they're evil while they're at it.
Written by CNHolmberg
Five points on worldbuilding and setting, inspired by the one and only Brandon Sanderson.
Written by shimiqua
Seven secrets on how to stand out in the slush pile and finally get that yes!
Written by a real life slush reader.
Written by SallyPoyton
How having writing friends can keep you sane, and help your writing...
Written by BMcKenna
All stories have stories behind them; "A Little Night Music" has more stories than most. If it wasn't for love of what it said to me, it would never have been written.
Written by sarahmccanless
How a workshop helped me learn the value of simplicity, and that the real source of a writer's voice is her honesty on the page.
Written by David Powers King
Many stories have sexual tension, a true part of the human existence. In some cases, more explicit than others. The question is when to use it and how.
Written by sesinkhorn
Science Fiction YA is on the rise! And so are its clichés. There are still certain overused tropes in sci-fi, and this entry explores them.
Written by jcmartin
Trying to get your novel published requires the same amount of commitment to your craft as a martial artist pursuing his or her black belt. Read on and find out what your butt-kicking alter ego is!
Written by Laura Pauling
Writing is a roller coaster of emotion. This post looks at writer's depression on both sides of the fence: pre published and post published. The reality of being an author is not always what it seems.
Written by chadcmorris
A bit of advice on how to bring the funny!
Written by Jolly Fish Press
Jolly Fish Press (JFP) has successfully acquired the North American distribution and publication rights to two new books.