In: Abstracts, Character, Dialogue, Grammar, Literary Devices, Narrator, Objects, Phrases, Plot, POV, Research, Rewriting, Structure, Verbs, Voice, Word Play, Workshop
Chuck surprised us all with a new batch of essays for 2014 & 2015! There is no exact timeline on how these will roll out, so just keep an eye on the site.
Concrete, practical methods for improving your writing.
36 exclusive craft essays on writing you won't find anywhere else online. The knowledge here is equivalent to what you'd get in an MFA program.
By Joshua Isard
By C.S. Humble
In: PlotTips and trick for writing a compelling novel synopsis.
By Peter Derk
In: Literary DevicesTips and tricks for using a chorus in your fiction.
By Peter Derk
In: GrammarIt's a new decade! Let's look back on 10 years of giving grammar advice.
In: ResearchSome tips for how to end 2019 and set up 2020 for writing success.
In: VoiceThis is a literary name everyone should know.
In: ResearchSome tips on how to use ritual, ceremony, and witchcraft to make your story more believable.
In: POVFreddy. Michael. Jason. How did slasher films dominate the horror genre in the 70's and 80's? Let's examine the rise of the subgenre and it's legacy as pure cinematic experience.
In: Word PlayWhy would anyone with dyslexia try to be a writer? Ask Anne Rice, Richard Ford, or sit down and let me tell you my story.
In: SettingHow can you find original locations to set your horror stories? Here are a few ideas.