Without structure a storybook falls apart, or lets us down in some way, lacking the kind of Good Stuff we find in our favorite storybooks. Here’s a list of 10 things every illustrated storybook should have no matter what – so that your book can be a favorite.
What do writers need to know about the international market? A lot. This is how you write culturally specific stories with international appeal.
This is about how to write third person narrative, the most difficult form of narration to tackle. There are reasons why – but if you know them, you can avoid the common pitfalls. Here we go: Don’t Panic.
Reverse Chronology is the least used type of plot structure. But it’s pretty darn cool. Here’s how you can tackle this fascinating story structure to best advantage, even in a storybook.
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.
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.