Top 5s, Top 10s, even Top 8's. Everyone loves lists! And we have a ton of 'em!
Column by Richard Thomas April 21, 2016
Here are some of my favorite recent films, and ways they can inform and inspire your writing.
Column by Peter Derk April 20, 2016
Some of the weirdest, wackiest, dare I say most compelling fictional portrayals of Adolf Hitler.
Column by Raine Winters April 19, 2016
WARNING: Extreme cuteness contained within.
Column by Christopher Shultz April 8, 2016
If good writing is succinct and concise, then shouldn't the same be true of writing advice?
Column by JS Breukelaar April 8, 2016
Great death scenes take you along for the ride but leave you short, alone, not quite dead yourself, but not quite as alive as you thought you were. Or maybe more so.
Column by Riki Cleveland
From before you sit down to your work in progress to marketing your finished novel, here is a list of ways for making the most out of Pinterest as a writer.
Column by Joshua Chaplinsky April 1, 2016
Three interns died while researching this article. Their efforts were not in vain.
Column by Michael David Wilson March 25, 2016
If you deal with self-doubt you're in good company. Here are tips from seven popular authors to help you deal with it.
Column by Cath Murphy March 22, 2016
Do you sometimes read over your work and wince? Don't worry, even the literary greats wrote prose that sucked balls.
Column by George Cotronis
Superheroes normally live in comic books. Here's a look at original superhero fiction in prose form.
Column by Christopher Shultz March 21, 2016
Forget basketball and go crazy for real!!!
Column by Michael David Wilson
Exploring the movies that influenced Quentin Tarantino's 'Reservoir Dogs'.
Column by Peter Derk
If you insist on writing an open letter, read this first.
Column by George Cotronis March 11, 2016
Stories of witchcraft, old gods and old religions, the blurred lines between the natural and the supernatural; this is folk horror.
Column by Leah Dearborn
Sometimes authors willingly direct readers away from their true identities. Occasionally, however, issues of authorship and identity are more complex or decidedly less purposeful.
Column by Riki Cleveland March 8, 2016
Here are ten tips that will set you apart and get you noticed when it comes to approaching book bloggers for reviews.
Column by Taylor Houston March 4, 2016
OK, so they aren't facts, and they are not all grammar-related, but most of your loved ones will just want you to shut up anyway.
Column by Peter Derk March 3, 2016
Tyra Banks' 'Modelland' is, without a doubt, the craziest, insane-est, weirdest, wackiest, a-lot-of-things-est book ever written. And I'll prove it to you.
Column by Leah Dearborn March 2, 2016
We're on the threshold of spring, and it's time for some cleaning.
Column by Michael David Wilson February 29, 2016
Looking for something a little different to buy the writer in your life? Here are some presents that will leave your loved one more efficient which means more time to spend with you. Win-win.
Column by Riki Cleveland February 29, 2016
It’s been said that no critique partners are better than bad critique partners, but how exactly do you find the group that will help you rise to the next level?
Column by Peter Derk February 19, 2016
Pimp dinos, astronaut dinos, and other things non-dino: the weirdest Kindle erotica.
Column by Riki Cleveland February 18, 2016
Whether you’re looking for a little mild relaxation with abstract, flowing designs, or are in the mood for something a little bolder, there’s an adult coloring book that you can call your very own.
Column by Susan DeFreitas
The work of Argentine master Jorge Luis Borges--often described as "ingenious" and "magic"--offers some sturdy truths for younger writers whose work doesn't quite fit the modern mold.
Column by Bart Bishop
A look at six different authors not known for writing Marvel and DC characters tackling them in novel form.