There are seven important things to keep in mind when crafting the language of your story. Here’s how to be demographic-specific and language conscientious as a storyteller.
An inciting incident is the single plot point that launches a protagonist out of their status quo and into the adventure they’re about to undertake. Absolutely every story must have one of these.
Amy Koerner shares with us SIX key things that make the stories of Heinrich Hoffmann such lasting and successful classics.
Crafting a chapter book is harder than you might expect. Get the low-down on structure, language and pacing for a traditional chapter book and learn what it really takes to do it right.
A chain story is my personal favorite type of predictable story structure. Here’s what it is, with some great examples.
Not just one kind of surprise. Be sure you know what you’re doing with your story and why. Here are the 10 types of plot twists you can use.