Why some TV shows get aired and some don’t
We live in the golden age of TV. This decade has been hailed as “Peak TV” for television, as every show on air is a gripping spectacular, with viewers confused over what not to watch. There is new and exciting content across all genres. It…
Short stories: Do’s and don’ts
Where else does the phrase “Less is more” fit more perfectly than in relation to short stories? Well, hundreds of other contexts in the modern world, yes. But the origins of the phrase can be drawn back to the golden era (mid-nineteenth century until 1917)…
Editing and Proofreading Fiction vs Non-Fiction: The difference
We’ve spoken at great length about the differences between editing and proofreading, the different types of editing itself as well as the importance of it all. Now to tackle yet another difference, let us take a look at why editing non-fiction is very different from…
Tips for the Author: The Art of Storytelling Using The Hero’s Journey
What do you have in common with Harry Potter, Luke Skywalker, Peter Parker, Hercules and Lilo? You’re all heroes, and this is the story of your journey and how you as an author could make it a lot more compelling. First, a little…
Errors of Terror – The Top 10 Peeves of an Editor
Which grammar ghosts scare your editor the most? The ones that come too often to be ignored – and go on to become an editor’s pet peeve. While they love their job on most days, on others, some mistakes force them to reconsider. If…
Breaking down the writer’s block
DISCLAIMER: This article isn’t about overcoming writer’s block, but about skipping it altogether and journeying to a promised land full of inspiration and words. I think it should be safe to assume that your brain is refusing to supply you with words if you’ve ended…
Yesterday And Cliché
Once upon a time, there were a few innovative phrases and metaphors that made authors’ work seem like a breath of fresh air. Those phrases made an impact that could’ve lasted an eternity, but you can have too much of a good thing. It was…
How To Create A Plot Outline
Before the fame, wealth, book signings and fans that accompany the success of your first novel, there is the grueling process of actually penning the whole thing down that needs to be done. However, no matter how well thought and organized the story is in…
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