There’s plenty of great writing advice out there, but much of it doesn’t work for writers living with chronic illness and chronic pain. Here’s how to make writing work for you.
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Today’s guest post is by author Tori Eldridge. It’s a scary time in the world right now. We’ve been forced into a new way of living and are concerned about the well-being of our family, friends, and communities. Many of us have been confined in our homes for months and will be living this way […]
Writing young adult fiction? Here’s how to create compelling characters like Holden Caulfield.
Today’s guest post is by Carla D. Bass. Rumpelstiltskin spins straw into gold. An author employs an intriguing plot, captivating characters, and exquisite settings to spin a tale. However, these ingredients, themselves, don’t guarantee a captivating tale. The author must induce the reader to hang on every single word (double drumbeat for emphasis) from that […]