Try these techniques to change your novel’s squishy center into a sturdy bridge connecting the beginning of the story to the climax and the denouement.
— Read on medium.com/technical-excellence/the-middle-of-a-novel-is-the-hardest-part-to-write-57b7875fc969
When & How to Write Tragedy | Literary Terms
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Being a writer isn’t the easiest…From late night brainstorms to aggrivating edits…Here are a few reasons to keep writers motivated!
— Read on thejohnfox.com/2016/07/writing-encouragement/
Learn how to write a memoir and publish narrative nonfiction. Tell your
life story with these tips on memoir word count, memoir page count, writing
a memoir query letter, and memoir literary agents and publishers.
— Read on marykole.com/how-to-write-a-memoir
A new infographic about world reading habits from Global English Editing tells us what readers want from writers in 2022.
— Read on selfpublishingadvice.org/what-readers-want-2022/
Wondering how to engage the reader effectively? Explore these powerful techniques writers use to engage the reader and captivate their attention.
— Read on grammar.yourdictionary.com/grammar-rules-and-tips/writing-advice-and-tips-on-how-to-engage-the-reader.html
Writing a book is a huge undertaking, so why not co-author it? Find out how to successfully co-author a book and avoid common co-authoring mistakes.
— Read on scribemedia.com/how-to-co-author-book/
Writers Write is your one-stop writing resource. In this post, our guest blogger shares eight tips for writing a great horror story.
— Read on www.writerswrite.co.za/scaring-your-readers-101-8-tips-for-writing-a-great-horror-story/
We love some books because they bring us to faraway places, and others because they shed new light on life back home. The books we often cherish most, …
— Read on www.newyorker.com/books/page-turner/literary-greetings/amp
Whether you’re just starting out, or looking to raise your game, find
advice from a wide variety of authors who write horror, paranormal, urban
fantasy, dark fantasy, weird fiction, and more
— Read on www.monstercomplex.com/blog/writing-tips-from-horror-and-speculative-authors