Five Quick and Easy Steps to do Research that makes your stories POP!

This is a guest post by A.J. Llewellyn, author of "Phantom Lover". A.J. Llewellyn is the author of over 250 M/M romance novels who was born...

Writing Tips for Beginning Authors

This is a guest post by Thomas G. Atwood Jr., author of Dauntless. Thomas Atwood is an Urban Fantasy, Young Adult and New Adult author.  He has...

Healing Through Story – For Characters, For Ourselves

This is a guest post by Naomi Musch, author of "The Love Coward". Naomi is an award-winning, multi-published author who writes from the pristine north woods...

Rules to Make Fantasy a Reality

This is a guest post by K.S. Marsden, author of "The Lost Soul". K.S. Marsden is a Fantasy writer from Yorkshire, England. Her first book, The...

Things we can learn from Inspirational books

This is a guest post by Grace Ruto, author of "Enchanting Echoes". In life we adhere to change. Our realities are a reflection of the...

The Seven Most Effective Ways to Write Violence – Part 1

This is a guest post by Miles Watson, author of "Cage Life". Miles Watson is the author of the critically-acclaimed crime novel Cage Life and its...

5 Ways To Make Extra Money As A Freelance Writer

This is a guest post by Monica Baker, author of "Wild Hunt". Monica Baker is an independent author and stay at home mom. She has a...

Building a Book: Constructing a Novel in Five Steps By Barbara Oliverio

This is a guest post by Barbara Oliverio, author of "Passports and Plum Blossoms". Barbara Oliverio is an award-winning author of romantic comedy featuring sparkling dialog...

Writing About Social Issues For The Young Adult Market

This is a guest post by Emily-Jane Hills Orford, author of "Gerlinda". Emily-Jane Hills Orford is the author of many books, including the award-winning books,...

6 Things You Should Always Do When Coauthoring an Autobiography

This is a guest post by Ian Douglass, author of "The Realest Guy in the Room". Ian Douglass is the coauthor of UFC legend...

Readers Must Care about the Characters

Every story is feelings. Period. It doesn't matter who the characters are, readers must know what they are feeling throughout the story, and as...

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