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So You Want To Write About The Cold
Want to make a reader shiver? Here are a few tips.
Storyville: How to Put Weather in Your Fiction (Without Being Dull and Boring)
It was a dark and stormy night...
Top Ten Novels about Cold Weather
January 20, 2017
Wind. Snow. Ice. Sometimes these things can be boring, but sometimes they can be crucial to a story. Here are the ten books that deal with them the best.
Why The Punisher Has No Place In The Police Department
Trying to Juggle Writing AND Parenting? Authors Share Advice
Ask Nick: Publishing 201 — Do I Need to Attend Conventions or Conferences?
Book Promotion In The Age of Pandemic
An Interview with the Women Who Wrote ‘Monster, She Wrote’
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How to Write Horror That Sticks
"Along the Path of Torment" by Chandler Morrison
Why NaNoWriMo is a Terrible Idea, But I Keep Doing it Anyway
Cover & Synopsis Reveal: "The Paradox Twins" by Joshua Chaplinsky
The Top 10 Costumes for Writers in 2020
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