Hmmm, what’s the story behind THIS? There are all kinds of arguments about which area of craft is the most important for creating great fiction. Plot? Character? Voice? Theme? My opinion. They’re all organs in one body.
Five Tips for Aspiring Authors on Writing the Last Book in a Series: 1. Have a “series bible” to help you keep everything straight. Include any descriptions you gave of your characters and settings,...
No Spawn left behind! I love all of you, so it might be best to hear this from me. Sit down. We need to talk. Writers are….”different.” This might not be news to some of you, but I imagine others of you are in denial.
John Ronald Reuel Tolkien was born on 3 January 1892 in South Africa but moved to England as a child. He was a writer, poet, philologist, and university professor, best known for the classic high... (RT @MarkRasmussen72: Great article - J.R.R.
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