If you’re stuck on your novel, use journal writing to explore all the questions and trouble spots in a safe place. You may be surprised at the result.
Category: Writing Tips
Discover 5 ways to rise above cliched and melodramatic villains in your novels to create memorable antagonists your readers can fall in love with in this article by scifi romance author, Keri Kruspe.
Use mind mapping to discover your characters’ road not taken and add depth to your fiction. And your life. From writing coach and author of Writing from the Queen’s Seat: Discover and Write From Your Authentic Authority, Catharine Bramkamp.
Though it may be difficult to approach diversity as a writer, especially when you may not have experienced those circumstances or been underrepresented in those specific ways, but what are books if not a medium through which we can better empathize with others? Uncover ways you can bring diversity to your writing.
What happens if I collaborate for Joint Authorship? How do I handle joint copyright? If you’ve had these questions, then check out this post by literary lawyer and author, Kelley Way.
The creative process is like buying shoes because they look good on Pinterest. Yes, stay with me. I am going somewhere with this.
Advice on how to get ready to advertise your novel, including evaluating your author brand and doing an audit on your book, from scifi romance author, Keri Kruspe.
Who owns the copyright when you are hired to work for another person or company? It can be complicated, yet you can navigate this intellectual property issue. Let’s discuss the Work for Hire Doctrine with literary and estate lawyer, Kelley Way.
The most effective way to understand your potential audience is first really understand your book and your purpose in writing it. This applies to both fiction and non-fiction, so fiction writers, no getting out of this!