The eucatastrophe is perhaps one of the most elusive narrative techniques, often confused with three other completely different writing devices. Here’s what you need to know.
This is what happened to me this morning, a happy accident that made me smile because it’s proof that story and real life merge – they really do. About the strange-and-wonderful sensation of seeing a whimsical storybook come to life right in front of your eyes.
Find out how to write a great ending to your story. This isn’t just about plot, it’s about feelings. What we feel is quite different from what the hero feels.
MG Novelist Shelley Tougas shares with us her sources for help and her greatest sources of inspiration for her new novel, Finders Keepers. Find out about this very skilled author and get her books!
Words like “platform” and “author branding” get a lot of buzz. Find out what your author website should really DO for you and – HOW it’s done. (And when!)