A fantastic book blurb is critical to reaching readers and getting them to click that buy button on Amazon or hand over money at your book sales table. Here are five great tips to writing book blurbs that sell.
Pacing comes down to two elements: Move and Process. Balancing the push-pull between the two takes practice, quality feedback, and then more practice (also known as writing consistently). Read on for the breakdown of these two elements and then a sweet section of different resources to help you nail pacing.
A great plot is key to a winning book. Great plots are borne of polishing that first draft through revisions and editing. Here are seven checks that you can use to make sure your plot is hitting the mark and the market!
Characterization is one of those make-or-break elements in stories. Use these six tips to clean up characterization for your protagonist and antagonist!
Reader response can be one of your most important resources in the revision process--or it can derail everything and leave you confused and insecure in a corner, wondering why you even bother writing. Here are several steps to making your reader recruitment process smooth, easy, and effective.
Beating the blank page and writing can be a daily battle. But winning that battle is 100% worth it. Here are 8 ways to beat the blank page!
There are a lot of revision checklists and guides out there. Just typing the words into a search engine will yield plenty of people with opinions about what you should…
Maybe it's all the green from St. Patrick's Day yesterday, or maybe I'm just tired of being in the frozen North where green things don't really show up until mid-April,…
When you bring up world-building, one of the first things that comes up is language. People ask if you've made up your own language, or if you're going to, or…