Want to develop your novel but can’t afford an editor? These Develop-It-Yourself Writing Workbooks might be the answer!
2020 has sucked so far and the world, understandably, ground to a halt. However, if you feel like picking up a pen again, here’s how to shake off those post-pandemic blues.
It’s Spring! Although the weather outside is still cold and generally unpleasant, March is the perfect time to rejoin the outside world. If you’re looking for fun literary or writing activities, here are 10 book-themed events to enjoy this month.
How to write a novel in 30 days: The NaNoWriMo challenge encourages regular writing habits and teaches writers how to meet deadlines. Let’s win it!
It’s a Kind of Magic is an ongoing blog series about how to create a realistic magic system for your fantasy novel. This first article asks the question: where does magic come from?
From You-Know-Who to Mrs Coulter and her golden monkey, all great Middle Grade villains share traits that make them memorable. Here are 5 of them.
There are many myths about bisexuality, which can cause misrepresentation in books and other media. To combat this, today’s ‘Writing Right’ blog is all about How to Write Bisexual Characters.
Hemingway once said “…a writer should create living people, not characters.” Use the “3 Pillars of Writing Great Characters” method to do just that!
Writing can mean long hours alone, talking only to your characters. Yet, to write truly great fiction, writers should go outside. Here’s why.
What makes for a compelling Middle Grade hero? What characteristics do Harry Potter, Artemis Fowl, Percy Jackson, Lyra Belacqua and Bilbo Baggins have in common?