Length matters . . . am I right? If you don’t believe me, try reading the 200,000-word
As we know, developing a deep contrast of layers in our characters is crucial for a vivid reading experience. So
Every writer knows that their first chapter can make or break their story. You simply never get a second chance to make a first impression. So . . .
Knowing when you’re ready to publish can be difficult. In this episode of The Writers’ Podcast, we take a hard
For this third installment of using body language in your novel, we’re going to focus on the upper body and
We figured the Internet might be eerily quiet this week as everyone celebrates the 4th of July, so we’re gonna
Using body language in creative writing is an effective way to develop and improve your story’s characters.
Today, we take on the highly debated subject of writing a novel through “pantsing” or “planning” and consider the benefits and drawbacks of each.
How ’bout you and I get physical today? *Kat blows a kiss* Don’t worry; I’m not trying to be inappropriate
If you’ve reached the point in your writing where you’ve pressed <Publish>, my guess is that you believe that you