Grabbing your reader from the get-go is probably the single most important task for your first chapter. Here are some tips on how to do just that.
In order for your readers to like your book, you need to give them likable characters. Ones that they can identify with and care about. Here are some helpful hints on how to do just that.
Continuing our series on marketing from Clarendon House Publications we look at the confusing puzzle that is marketing in today’s publishing world.
Learning the rules can help you know when, where, and how to break them in the most creative way possible.
Conflict and suspense are the key elements that no story can exist without. KM Weiland shares one way to create both at the same time.
Writing short stories is a great way to build and flex your writing muscles. The short format also allows for experimentation in ways that longer forms do not.
First drafts are notoriously messy things. That’s really okay but let’s look a little closer at some things about it that are okay, and one thing that is not.
Brainstorming when you are stuck and dry of inspiration just might be the key to priming the pump of your creative juices. Here are some helpful tips on how you can get that started.