letter writing

How To Write Better Letters In Your Novel

  • calenderJan 27,2021
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How to write better letters in your novel to lend it more authenticity? Find out in our latest article.

how to craft a murder mystery

How To Craft a Murder Mystery Story

  • calenderNov 19,2020
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A satisfying murder mystery tale is one that’s well-crafted. There’s nothing quite like it, is there? The high stakes, the building tension, the way the author lures you into rooting for the detective, it truly takes immense skill and attention to craft. But what are the things you should consider while crafting a murder mystery story? Well, let’s get straight into it! 

A girl opens a giant book and peers into an image of the sun, the earth, and the space.

Starting Your Book With a Bang: Ways to Catch Readers’ Attention

  • calenderNov 03,2020
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One may think that a short attention span is novel to the social media age. But I’d like to propose that if someone’s attention is caught, time is an irrelevant factor. With that being said, let’s not waste too much time jump straight into the crux of the matter: How does a writer catch a reader’s attention? 

How to Create Depth in Characters

  • calenderOct 24,2020
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Present Tense Narratives in Novels

On Being Tense about Tense: Present Tense Narratives in Novels

  • calenderNov 28,2019
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In our last article about verb tense in stories, we wrote about the things you need to consider while writing a past tense narrative. In this one, we will tell you about how to construct a present tense narrative. 

A girl dreams about how to write a story in the past tense.

How to Write a Novel in the Past Tense?

  • calenderNov 26,2019
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Writing a brilliant story starts with selecting the correct narrative tense. Is your story more suited to the present tense or the past? In this article, we’ll tell you everything you need to know while writing a novel in the past tense.

The clash of Harry Potter and Draco Malfoy as an example of foil characters.

Character Talk: The Foil and The Stock

  • calenderNov 21,2019
  • calender4 min read

The foil and stock characters are the focus of this article. What is their purpose in the story? How can you develop a character foil and choose an appropriate stock character for your story?

How to Copyright Your Book?

If you’ve thought about copyrighting your book, you’re on the right path.

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