By starting a story in the midst of action, writers can hook readers with a literary technique as old as the Greek epics—in medias res. Paul Buchanan explains how.
Tempering your vision with reality can often be a hard pill to swallow. Here are some reasons why and how to cope with them.
One person sharpening another is a biblical concept that is also a universal truth. When we partner with another writer in a learning/teaching relationship both people get better.
Writers are responsible for cherishing and guarding our language. So hoist up your dictionaries and thesauruses and enter the fray.
Making life difficult for our main characters is the lifeblood of the conflict and suspense that drives our stories. Here are some tips on how to that in some really excellent ways from James Scott Bell.
Have you considered taking your writing skills into the wild and woolly world of blogging to make a profit? Here are some thoughts on that from someone who has.