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The Difference Between Author Tone and Voice, And Why It’s Important To Have Both by Laurel Osterkamp
Are you unsure of what author tone and voice are? Read this article for some explanations and some prime examples of author tone and voice.
Beat writer’s block and get inspired with these eight different ways to help you get back to writing your story. Which is your favorite?
Write and publish short fiction and flash fiction in online writing journals to reach a lucrative market and gain a wide audience.
Author and teacher, Laurel Osterkamp shares her six tips for plot twists that create suspense to keep readers engaged in your story.
Writer and teacher, Laurel Osterkamp, shares Four Tips For Writing Flawed Protagonists and why they make for compelling stories.
Teacher and published novelist, Lauren Osterkamp shares her writing guidelines on How To Pitch Your Novel + includes a Sample Pitch.
Let’s welcome back Laurel Osterkamp as she shares with us “5 Tips I’ve Learned from Writing My Romance Novel.” Enjoy! *** I feel like there’s a stigma attached to writing romance novels, and I’m...
A successful, well-built mailing list is vital and can increase books sales for independent and traditionally published authors alike.
Three dimensional characters make better stories, here are three steps authors can use to help readers connect to their characters.
There is a huge debate among authors about which is better, plotter or pantser, but the best choice is what works best for you.
Authors can have difficulty choosing their books point of view, sometimes they can look to their story to help them decide.
Authors sometimes worry about taking inspiration from past authors. One author shares how she used Agatha Christie to do just that.