How you tell a story is as important as what the story holds. Discover how point of view and narration can impact your fiction writing in this installment of our Fiction Writing Series!
What does it mean to be a bestselling author? Discover its meaning and when to wield this prestigious title.
How do you become a more productive writer? You start with these five tips.
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Theodor Seuss Giesel, better known as Dr. Seuss (1904-1991), was an American writer and illustrator who published over 40 books. Many of his works have been made into films, studied in university classrooms, and coveted by many a parent as the best books for their children. For writers, Dr. Seuss is the model of success…
A story without 3D characters falls flat. Learn how to create three-dimensional characters for your novel.
Clear and concise writing keeps readers coming back for more. Learn how to make your writing fresh and crisp in this short guide to clear and concise writing.
Should split infinitives be avoided or used? Learn if, when and how to use them regardless of writing type.
How do you use words to show instead of tell? It’s not as hard as you think, and showing a reader keeps a reader.
Google Plus may be the black sheep of social media networks, but it’s a viable indie author tool for e-book promotion. Learn five ways to use G+ to market your e-book.
Want to improve your writing? Read our in-depth review of Grammarly coupled with a how to for using both the free and premium versions of this proofreading software.
Twitter is the second most popular social media network of 2015. Find out how you can promote your book on this platform in five simple but effective steps.