To understand how storytelling has changed and continues to evolve we need to examine it across all the […]
The measure of a great story is when we feel what the character feels. It’s a method […]
Length matters . . . am I right? If you don’t believe me, try reading […]
As an author, this is basically what I ask my readers when they pick up one of my […]
Small Press Publishers provide a great middle ground between the traditional and self-publishing options, however before you sign […]
Unfortunately, because there is only a small market for short stories, many writers avoid penning them and lose […]
Knowing when you need to improve your writing is emotionally challenging for most writers. In episode seven, we […]
As we know, developing a deep contrast of layers in our characters is crucial for a vivid reading […]
So here’s the dirty truth about being a writer . . . A writer who is a mom […]
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 . . .
To pseudonym, or not to pseudonym: that is the question. Personally, I’m not “me” and choosing to go […]
Every writer knows that their first chapter can make or break their story because you never get a […]
Knowing when you’re ready to publish can be difficult. In this episode of The Writers’ Podcast, we take […]
For this third installment of using body language in your novel, we’re going to focus on the upper […]
What is the difference between issues of self-confidence and Imposter Syndrome? In episode four, we discuss these distinctions and provide remedies to become a more confident writer.
These Ghosts Sing Bittersweet Why do you write? Because of these things that I see. Visions and scenery […]
We figured the Internet might be eerily quiet this week as everyone celebrates the 4th of July, so […]
Using body language in creative writing is an effective way to develop and improve your story’s characters.
You know how my writing process works? Via miracles. Seriously. I’m a pantser so when an idea […]
Which publishing approach is best for you? We run down the pros and cons of traditional and self-publishing and provide some insights to help authors decide which avenue is best for them.
Revisions are a critical step in the writing process, but let’s face it, they can also just suck […]
Today, we take on the highly debated subject of writing a novel through “pantsing” or “planning” and consider the benefits and drawbacks of each.
On The Writers’ Podcast episode one, we discuss the five common mistakes first-time self-published authors make and we include some tips on how to avoid them.
Welcome to our new podcast series: The Writers’ Podcast If there is one thing we love more at […]