It’s ok to take your time. If you can write a novel in five minutes, you’re doing allright. Just be sure you don’t spend much longer on it than that.
Are you tracking your word count? Here are five good reasons to start, with strategies for getting started and going strong.
Writing a synopsis for your novel or memoir shouldn’t leave you stranded. Gget on the road with these five tips for succesfully navigating the process.
Speculative reprint markets are few and far between, but this list could help you gain a new audience for your previously published work.
You don’t have to start from scratch every time to write the perfect query. Virgina Brackett shares key components of great queries so you can plan ahead.
What does empathy have to do with writing great fiction? Quite a bit, according to guest blogger Alison McGhee, who encourages us to embrace deep questions.
Sure, you might know the first line of ‘Moby Dick.’ But do you know these less famous second lines from great works of literature?
Writing critique groups offer a unique chance to better your writing. Writer Virginia Brackett talks through their benefits, challenges, and guidelines.
Monsters and villains aren’t as similar as you might think. Isabel Armiento outlines their three most significant differences in works of fiction.