by K.C. Hill | Apr 13, 2015
There’s a fine line between giving readers the details they need to more fully experience a story and overloading them with more wordage than they really want. So how do you as the writer figure out what is working and what is garbage? Here’s just ONE really sharp way to go about it.
by K.C. Hill | Sep 3, 2015
There are many ways a writer can develop both the plot and the protagonist at the same time. Creating a Hot Object for your protagonist is one of them.
by K.C. Hill | Jul 2, 2015
Fantastic flag design isn’t just for Vexillologists. This is helpful information that any designer, artist or writer can use to improve output. How do the rules for flag design apply to being more creative? Find out here in this summary of Roman Mars’ TED Talk.
by K.C. Hill | Nov 12, 2015
All about how to start a story. If you want to write but aren’t sure where to begin, here are 7 things you need to know. Links to many in-depth reports!
by K.C. Hill | May 6, 2016
Writing for literacy on the margins isn’t an easy task, but with focused attention to certain details, a writer can incite change. To a coach somewhere in America, this is for you.