Crime Fiction Writers on the Weapons They Choose for Characters
A Great Collection of Crime Fiction I’m delighted to be a part of the new kid on the crime fiction block, The Crime Cafe 9 Book Set, spearheaded by New York Times best-selling author Debbi Ma…
HOW TO CREATE AN INSTANTLY LIKABLE CHARACTER
Sometimes you are not meant to like the protagonist right away, and there are many varying ways to produce a likable character. But most ...
7 Tips For Choosing Your Character's Appearance
Let’s talk about character appearance. This is an aspect of descriptive writing that I never really considered up until a few weeks ...
12 Ways to Be an Invisible Writer | Storm Writing School
Once the author becomes visible, the enchantment of the story dissolves. These 12 things can ruin the illusion for the reader. Become an invisible writer.
6 Terror Tactics For Really Scary Villains - Sacha Black
Villains are meant to be scary, but I'm finding them increasingly weak in popular culture. So here are 6 tactics to help you create scary villains.
Wellness for Writers - D. L. Fisher
Wellness for writers. How do you deal with butt-spread, eye strain, boundaries, self-esteem issues and the challenges of working in the same place you live?
Keep Your Legal Rights / Secure Your Intellectual Property | Paper Raven Books
We help you secure legal rights and profits from sales: ISBN number ownership, managing upload accounts + more. Paper Raven Books: Where writers become published authors.
How to lengthen your novel using J.K. Rowling’s outline method
What if your novel is too short? Using Rowling’s outline method, you can identify and fill in the holes in your story.
8 1/2 Tips for How to Write Opening and Closing Lines Readers Will Love to Quote - Helping Writers Become Authors
In learning how to write opening and closing lines that delight readers, keep these 8 (and 1/2) tips in mind and have fun creating something special.
The one word you should almost always delete from your writing if you want to look like a professional | Nathaniel Tower
I’m not a big fan of universal writing rules. I don’t believe in deleting all adverbs from your writing. And there are plenty of writing tips I think you can safely ignore. But there is one thing I’m pretty adamant about when helping writers improve their craft (besides not abusing apostrophes). If you want to … Continue reading The one word you should almost always delete from your writing if you want to look like a professional
Writers get paid
Writers should be paid for their work. After all, how many hours of work and little bits of our souls go into our stories, from pondering the backstories of the characters to the editing process? Here are some paying markets for flash fiction and short stories that I have found, through lots of searching. They … 17 Paying Markets for your Short Stories Read More »
These are the 3 things you need to become a writer
A literary agent reveals the 3 things you need to become a writer--these are the 3 essential habits of bestselling authors!
How to Write A Heart-Stopping Kissing Scene – The Author Studio
Learn how to write a novel and how to publish your book with writing advice and professional editing for fiction authors from an experienced freelance editor.
Writing Changes Everything
Welcome to the official site of author D. L. Fisher. Romantic comedy, quirky fiction, sometimes a little snarky, always fun. Author D. L. Fisher believes in happy endings, no matter how crazy, messy, confusing, or bumpy the journey is to get there. New novel "How to Rate a Soulmate" release date mid-June, 2018.