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From LifeHacker comes this nice chart of the basics of story structure. Of course, it's up to you to make the content compelling, unique, and moving. There’s no shortcut to writing a great story. However, there are guidelines that can help get you started if you’ve...read more
We are a little late to the party, since CampNaNoWriMo just ended on April 30. But this article's advice is useful for any writing project. Do some planning Set intermediate goals Write Every Day Try Word Sprints Write in Different Places Curb Distractions Always...read more
If you are a reader, and you love bookstores, BookRiot has a blog post for you. This post lists the best bookstores in all fifty states in the U.S. (plus the District of Columbia). The list is based on a number of criteria as evaluated by BookRiot subscribers. How...read more
From author Janice Hardy comes this lengthy and detail article on nine things to look at if you think your novel is too short. This is a worthwhile read even if you don't have this problem—a lot of good concepts are discussed. Check it out! Although most word count...read more
Not only is Grammarly a great site for improving the technicalities of your writing, but the blog is full of good advice and techniques. Here is a recent post describing three things you can do to improve your writing: Games and Apps! National Novel Writing Month!...read more
This is a from a guest post from Mallory Soto from BookRiot. Mallory is a short story writer, literary fiction enthusiast, and an Editorial Assistant and Social Media Strategist in New York. Congratulations, you wrote something! Maybe it’s the first draft of a short...read more