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 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.
Hemingway once said “…a writer should create living people, not characters.” Use the “3 Pillars of Writing Great Characters” method to do just that!
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?