Multigenre writing can be a challenge, but it can also be a way to fulfill the different parts of your creative needs. Simon Van Booy shares his tips.
In this article about writing popular fiction like murder mysteries or regency romances, Roy Sorrels and Megan Daniel share some of their best tips.
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If you want to grab the attention of agents and even Hollywood, finding high concept ideas for your books is the way to do it.
Every Wednesday, Robert Lee Brewer shares a prompt and an example poem to get things started on the Poetic Asides blog. This week, write a haunted poem.
Fiction and nonfiction writers can glean lessons about writing from the examples of industry defying, sometimes outlandish, vintage magazines, and comics.
Do literary agents cost money? If so, what should you expect? If not, how do they earn a living? Either way, are literary agents worth it? Find the answers here.
Write a scene from a child's point of view. How does the child see things differently from an adult?
Author spotlights (like this one with Kris Spisak, author of The Novel Editing Workbook: 105 Tricks and Tips for Revising Your Fiction Manuscript from Davro Press and Get a Grip on Your Grammar from Career Press) are a great way to learn how authors are finding success.
Here are 10 Irish poetic forms and how to write them. From the ae freislighe to the snam suad and several poem types in between.
For this week’s market spotlight, we look at Advisor Today, the official publication of the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors.