As we mourn the loss of an incredible woman and a formidable mind, let's remind ourselves of some of her most amazing quotes.
In fiction, tropes are like garlic and onions. They add richness and flavor to a dish. Something is missing without them. Too many though, and the food starts to taste a little sweaty, the way moldy old gym clothes smell. They overpower what could be a good dinner.
National Novel Writing Month is starting on November 1st!
It’s been a few years since Peter Stjernstorm’s novel The Best Book in the World made it to shelves, intriguing readers and writers alike with a title that demands a closer look.
Here are the five reasons why
A writer's perspective on this issue.
It cannot escape anyone’s notice when comparing the original novels with the film adaptations that there have been some significant plot changes. Here are just a few...
Purple Prose your way into this genre, it's so much fun.
What we really mean is "love my book with gentle, tender hands" and our critique readers went full Viking on it. Blood and guts everywhere.
We all know they'll come back in the sequel anyway.