Read our tips on how to add depth to your characters and start creating true and believable characters readers relate to.
Killing the Immortal is the first in a series of stand-alone short stories depicting the ordinary and the extraordinary events in Oaktown.
It’ November and that means we have 5 new story prompts ready for you! Be sure to check them out and get your monthly dose of inspiration.
Off to a good start? Well it’s time to keep up your writing pace! Take a look at our quick rundown of these useful hacks to help you continue writing.
Start making it a habit to write every day and make it come naturally! Here are some tips on how to do it with ease.
Dystopia is terrifying as we are always only moments from becoming what we are reading. Write a good dystopia and make your readers disturbed.
These editing hacks will improve your book in an instant. Use them to make your book perfect for publishing and give your readers a good time reading it.
Here are 5 new short story prompts for October. Be sure to use this kick of inspiration well and send us your stories once you write them!
Kindle Scout is an interesting Kindle Publishing platform that just might be the perfect way for you to publish your next novel.
NaNoWriMo is one of the greatest procrastination killers and writing incentives ever to hit the internet. This is, as it is phrased, a very subjective statement – but I will bet you the most participants would back it. And as the National Novel Writing Month approaches, it is time for us to prepare. And if you haven’t heard of NaNoWriMo yet or hadn’t considered joining it until now – I’ve left enough time for you to prepare and join. In this extensive guide I will explain the basics and then give you tips and tricks authors use while participating in […]
Creating characters is a complex process that you need to handle delicately. Once you start writing your characters start changing – embrace the change.
Book editing is a painful process for many authors but it is an important one for all. To help you find your way in book editing we have a guide for you.
Writing a book: how long should your book be? What is the optimal word count? To help you with these questions here’s our guide.
Observing people this way is bound to help you create your characters and even move the plot forward.
If you’ve ever found yourself not in the mood for working, here are the tips on how to overcome it.