People are starting to avoid dystopians like they are the new literary plague. Why is that?
NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) begins today! A demanding feat only attempted by the most ambitious writers, NaNoWriMo challenges novelists to write an entire book (50,000 words) during the month of November.
As a career writer, failure and rejection will happen. The key is understanding how to turn that rejection into motivation and a learning experience.
National Dictionary Day is an excellent chance to expand your “sesquipedalian” reperoire …
It’s practically one of the ten commandments of writing: don’t use clichés.
But perhaps clichés do have some place in our writing …
A complete story, full of characters, conflicts, description, and emotion—could you write it in one hundred words?