Five Mistakes New Writers Make (Paperback Kingdom)
Today we have a guest post by Trisha Tobias, who has worked on books such as the award-winning Alice: The Wanderland Chronicles by J.M. Sullivan, and Chasing Eveline by Leslie Hauser: When it comes to writing, there aren’t many hard rules. It’s a...READ MORE
Narrative Drive: How to Write a Page-Turning Novel
Do you dream of writing a book that readers just can't put down? Narrative drive is what keeps a reader engaged in your story and turning page after page.
Questions to Ask When Creating Magical Worlds
I am a total lover of fantasy. There are so many takes on it, from the more hard-core, almost 'traditional' fantasy, to the weird and wo...
25 World-Building Questions to Deepen Your Fantasy World
I love writing fantasy. In all honesty, it’s probably my favorite genre (as far as writing goes, anyway). It’s the genre in which I always wrote when I was younger, so going back to it …
11 Words Every Fantasy Language Needs – The Author Studio
Learn how to write a novel and how to publish your book with writing advice and professional editing for fiction authors from an experienced freelance editor.
How to Write Arguments with Maximum Punch
Arguments are one those things that are both exciting and difficult to write. These are creative writing tips for making sure they have max impact.
Questions to Ask When Creating Fictional Celebrations
Hello everyone, and welcome back to the blog series "Questions to Ask When..."! If you're new here, this series is meant to give you qu...
How to Write First Chapter | Just Writerly Things
The first chapter of a story has a very crucial purpose, and that purpose is to engage the readers as quickly as possible with the book’s theme and plot.
Questions to Ask When Creating Fictional Schools
As a teen, school is both fortunately and unfortunately a part of my everyday life. Sometimes I love it, other times (read: mostly) I gr...
5000 Writing Prompts: Plot Ideas, Creative Exercises, and More
Amazon.com: 5,000 WRITING PROMPTS: A Master List of Plot Ideas, Creative Exercises, and More (9780996715256): Donovan, Bryn, Donovan, Bryn: Books
Questions to Ask When Creating Fictional Creatures
Fiction is full of fantastical creatures. From dragons, to giant worms, to griffins, creatures we can't see at our local zoo have always fas...
5 Ways Deep Point of View Delivers Punch To An Action Scene
How do you write action scenes that keep readers leaning in, holding their breath, and cheering for the character to win no matter how impossible it looks? Put the reader IN THE ACTION by writing in deep point of view! Know The Why Of The Action Scene Just like in every other kind of scene written in deep point of view, know the why for your point of view character (POVC). Why are they fighting right now? Most people take quite a bit of nudging before they're pushed far enough to take a…
Why You Need A Story Bible For Your Novel - Between the Lines Editorial
Are you ever working on your latest writing project, and partway through the draft you can’t remember whether you gave that character blonde hair? Or what date something happened? Or what name you made up for a certain city the characters eventually have to get to? We’ve all been there! It’s easy to lose track…
5 Tiny Tricks That Improve Your Writing Instantly
Often I’ll see a writing tip that sounds great, until I think about it and realize, “Well, it sounds simple, but how do I even go about doing that?” These five tips aren’t l…
How To Consistently Create A Lot Of Content
Wondering how to consistently create content for your business? Here are the steps you need to take to create powerful content.