Author: Guest Contributor
Three dimensional characters make better stories, here are three steps authors can use to help readers connect to their characters.
Tuning into your inner self and your heartbeat might be the best way an author can break through writer’s block and find inspiration.
Get Your Next Story Moving! Use Stikhomanteia, The Ancient Greek Divination Technique! by Chloe Holiday
The ancient Greek practice of Stikhomanteia, or divination can inspire new stories and end the writer’s block so many authors dread.
Rewriting, or revision, is something every writer faces, it’s helpful to be aware of common mistakes so you can avoid them.
Authors need to protect themselves from potential lawsuits by understanding the definitions of defamation, libel and slander.
With the flip of a card Tarot and Oracle cards offer thematic, character and plot ideas to authors who find themselves needing inspiration.
There is a huge debate among authors about which is better, plotter or pantser, but the best choice is what works best for you.
If you’re having trouble finishing your novel, try taking a break and let your brain work on it in the background while you recharge.
A contract between an author and illustrator can prevent misunderstanding, protect copyright, and clarify who owns the final work.
The way we organize our books can reveal a lot; do we organize to fit a trend, prepare for research, or simply for asthetic appeal?
Authors can have difficulty choosing their books point of view, sometimes they can look to their story to help them decide.
Book trailers are a great social media tool to engage potential readers with a short teaser about your book and share others reviews.