What is “enough research” for a science fiction novel? – How To Write the Future podcast, episode 58 “My motto for myself around research specifically is: if it’s not fun, stop doing it.” In...
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.
Your Creativity Spark: Fierceness of Intent: The Writer’s Oath – How To Write the Future, episode 49 “Now more than ever, we need to bring our humanity to our work, which includes the truth...
Creative Writers, discover 3 steps you can take to move your own story writing into a business to transform your hobby into a career.
Teacher and published novelist, Lauren Osterkamp shares her writing guidelines on How To Pitch Your Novel + includes a Sample Pitch.
There is a huge debate among authors about which is better, plotter or pantser, but the best choice is what works best for you.
In an interview with Emma Dhesi, Beth Barany tells us how she started writing novels and how she uses coaching and her books to help new authors write their own novels too.
Novels are huge undertakings, and can be daunting to practice. Thao Nguyen teaches us how important skills for novel writing can actually be honed much quicker with short stories.
Novelist Keri Kruspe tells us about 3 tools she uses for writing and how they can help anyone write faster. These tools may totally change the way you plot, write, and edit your novel!
OH NO! My novel is loose in the universe. Well, I did it. I launched my debut novel in October of 2018. Softly…slowly and with little fanfare.