13 Solid Pieces Of Advice From LitReactor's Writers Workshop

Column by Peter Derk
May 15, 2018 (3) comments
There's a lot of solid writing advice coming straight out of our workshop. Here's a sneak peek.

What It Really Takes to Get Your First Book Published: 5 Critical Factors

Column by Susan DeFreitas
I you've worked hard, put in your ten thousand hours, and still not broken through with your first book deal, this post is for you.

Happy Birthday To The Evil Genius Behind 'Sweet Valley High'

Column by Meredith Borders
May 14, 2018 (1) comments
Francine Pascal turns 80 today. Let's take a look at some of the more insane stuff she pulled with SVH.

Mommie Dearest: 9 of the Most Memorable Mothers in Literature

Column by Annie Neugebauer
There are few relationships in life as complex, powerful, and dynamic as the mother-child relationship. Here are literature's 9 most memorable mamas.

Wonderful and Strange: Twin Peaks — The Literary Tie-Ins

Column by Bart Bishop
On the one-year anniversary of 'The Return', a look back at the books that have expanded on the deeper mysteries of 'Twin Peaks'.

The Subtle Beauty of A Quiet Place's Gender-Trope Upheaval

Column by Leah Rhyne
May 7, 2018 (1) comments
The movie "A Quiet Place" is a great example of taking stereotypical gender tropes in a horror flick and turning them upside down.

5 Crazy Book Stunts You May Or May Not Want To Try

Column by Emmanuel Nataf
May 4, 2018 (1) comments
Sometimes writers get creative outside of their stories. Here are five of the wackiest book marketing campaigns authors have cooked up for their books.

The Definitive Guide to Social Media Etiquette During the Dying Days of Facebook (for Writers)

Column by David James Keaton
It's all coming to an end, writers! Your grandma on Facebook... Zuckerberg in front of Congress... Looks like it's time to practice some crucial real-world social skills before the lights go off.

The Sam Pink Universe

Column by Gabino Iglesias
Come explore the weird, wonderful universe of Sam Pink.

When it's Okay to be Uncertain

Column by Brian Allen Carr
A look at when uncertainty can make fiction stronger.