Finding a suitable comp title for my novel has been a slow journey. I expected that. There’s this whole process… Read more Finding The Perfect Comp Title: The Hazel Wood by Melissa Albert
Here’s some common opinions of fanfiction: Basically fanfic is viewed as a lesser literary form – if we dare call… Read more Is Fan Fiction A Productive Use Of A Writer’s Time?
Writing a protagonist isn’t always easy. It’s something I’ve had trouble with myself, but one thing I’ve always tried to do with whatever I write is to make the character likable in some way. For me, that is the number one priority.
Sometimes when you’re writing, you need a little help. Sometimes that means a huge undergoing of research, as you’ll see… Read more 12 Bizarre Questions I’ve Googled As A Writer
Have you built your author platform on shaky ground?
I’ve noticed some worrying traps aspiring authors are falling into – and I know because I’m an aspiring author who has fallen into these traps myself.
When I started sharing the research that’s going into my novels, the first strange tidbit I talked about was robots… Read more Stuck Between Two Ideas For The Same Story
Most books are divided into chapters, but some books are divided into chapters and ‘parts.’ Some people think breaks like… Read more The Effect Of Splitting A Novel Into Parts
I have re-written my first chapter for my dark fantasy WIP A Path Of Roots a few times now, but… Read more 4 Ways To Know If Your Opening Chapters Are Working
If you’re a writer looking to be traditionally published, you will have heard of comp titles. A comp title or… Read more Finding The Perfect Comp Title: Imaginary Friend By Stephen Chbosky
I’ve decided to count my writing achievements. And you should too.