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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.
Analyzing the Three-Act Structure in Tolkien's 'Fellowship of the Ring'
Folding Real-Life Detail into a Fictional Narrative
Primer: What You Need to Know About Steve Alten’s ‘Meg’ Series Before Seeing the Movie
From Creepypasta to Doubleday
10 of Our Favorite Moments From the Harry Potter Series
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Stephen King's 10 Best - Yes, Best! - Endings
A Guide to the Literary And Cinematic References in 'Castle Rock'
Inspiration from the Brooklyn Book Fest
8 Reasons We Should Listen To Book Banners
That Time I Spoiled 'Fight Club' for a Stranger (a.k.a. 'Roughhouse Club')
David James Keaton
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