Three Ways to Spice Up Your Romance Writing

Three Ways to Spice Up Your Romance Writing

Love triangles. They’ve been all the rage recently, due in part to the wild popularity of novels like The Hunger Games and A Court of Thorns and Roses. (For the former, the brilliance of how the love triangle works is better explained in tumblr posts by users...
Five Tips to Overcome Writer’s Block

Five Tips to Overcome Writer’s Block

Five Tips to Overcome Writer’s Block Ah, writer’s block. The bane of every writer’s existence. It doesn’t matter how long a person has been writing, we all have a period of time where writing just doesn’t happen. Either nothing is good enough or the ideas just aren’t...
Exploring Poetry as a Fiction Writer

Exploring Poetry as a Fiction Writer

Last year, I took a poetry class for the first time. Despite being an avid reader and writer of fiction, I didn’t have much experience with poetry. I often found it boring, vague, or difficult to read. However, I was interested in learning more about the art form, and...
Writing For Your Brain

Writing For Your Brain

Being a writer has never been easy; many of us aren’t taken seriously compared to those who become lifesaving doctors or multimillion-dollar businessmen who travel to space. Many times, writers take these kinds of comparisons to heart, and underestimate the...
Five Uncommon Ways to Outline Your Fiction

Five Uncommon Ways to Outline Your Fiction

When you hear the word outline, you may think of the bulleted list you had to write for some academic paper. But when you’re writing fiction, that method doesn’t always work. Sometimes you need something different, something new. Here are five alternative approaches...

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