“I’m always irritated by people who imply that writing fiction is an escape from reality. It is a plunge into
Long before you collect reviews, distribute advanced reader copies, or finalize your edits, there is a solid opportunity to receive
The Secret of good writing is to say an old thing in a new way
or a new thing in an old way. —Richard Harding Davis
For this third installment of using body language in your novel, we’re going to focus on the upper body and
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.
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.
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.
How ’bout you and I get physical today? *Kat blows a kiss* Don’t worry; I’m not trying to be inappropriate