Written by Morgan Shamy
Why it's important to align yourself with awesome beta readers...
Written by Teri Harman
Writers must first be readers. If you want to write for boys here are 12 can't-miss reads. From picture books to YA to graphic novels.
Written by David Powers King
It makes sense to read books that we like to write. Does this mean we avoid books outside our genre? Will exploring lead us toward a new genre? Chances are the odds will be ever in our favor.
Written by SallyPoyton
With the publication of Philip Pullmans Grimm re-writes and the After Grimm: Fairy Tales and Story Telling Conference, September is shaping up to be gloriously Grimm!
Written by CNHolmberg
The importance of setting in a story and how to create it.
Written by Erin Shakespear
"The greatest rules of dramatic writing are conflict, conflict and conflict."
Written by Leigh Covington
Tips and opinions of writing "the end" of your novel. What do you think?
Written by Jeff Hargett
I don't always follow the initial outline I made for my novel. This is why.
Written by Adrianne Russell
In which I lament the lack of young adult cover diversity.
Written by gorion
Use emotional conflict to add tension and depth to a scene.
Written by Dafeenah
A list of softwares that allow you to easily and affordably convert your ebook for kindle
Written by Adam Gaylord
I've noticed some strong parallels between writing and getting in shape.