The secret to writing? You have to read to be a better writer.
People need stories. Some of our oldest surviving texts are stories… [Read More ]
Writers hope to develop stories in the hopes of captivating a reader until the very last word. The mystery of how to create a great story is a topic that writer Andrew Stanton (of Wall-E and Finding Nemo) gave. Here are some notable rules for great story telling.
There is much talk about hitting the “beats” in a work of creative writing. What are they? Where are they?
Editing Tip: Have Your “Edited” Draft Read Aloud to You. Finding the errors in your novel is the reason having other members of a writing group read your manuscript aloud works!