Actionable Information and Creative Inspiration for Writers and Illustrators. From Baby Books to YA Novels.
If you’re going to procrastinate working on a certain writing project, there is a really good and proper way to go about doing that. Here’s exactly what you need to do.
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.
Read fascinating Kaja Blackley‘s personal story of why he chose to self publish his latest novel, Maggie MacCormack and The Witches’ Wheel, when one of his pervious stories was adapted into a Hollywood movie.
Exactly what does it take to write a top Writer Resume? It‘s different from any other kind of resume. Find out the six parts and get a list of helpful links and tools. From Jennifer Scott.
Find out from award winning author Bobbie Hinman what it takes to form a Focus Group to hone your writing. Get the how and why on the Author Focus Group.
Find literary agents looking for children’s books, middle grade and YA books. A growing list of who, which agency, what they want & how you should submit.
If you’re not sure whether your manuscript is really ready for publishing professionals, this is for you. Find out how to detect if something needs fixing in your story – BEFORE you submit.
Amy Koerner shares with us SIX key things that make the stories of Heinrich Hoffmann such lasting and successful classics.
If you want to be traditionally published but don’t yet have an agent, you need this list. Here are publishers currently accepting submissions from writers and illustrators.
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