Horrific? More like prolific! Here are some writing tips from some of the best-loved monsters of all time.
To get into the Halloween mood this October, kill your boredom and improve your writing skills with one of these fun horror tropes!
Jane Austen may be best known for her sweeping romances, but she also wrote some hilarious characters. Here are a few of the funniest Jane Austen characters!
Whether you are writing a masterpiece or reading one, listening to music can set the mood and help you focus. Here is some of the best music for work available.
Written by Canadian author Miriam Toews, All My Puny Sorrows is a poignant discussion of themes such as depression, pain, and the love of two sisters. This Scribendi review explores the intricacies of the novel to help you decide whether to give this book a try.
Publishing your first book is daunting; the process can be complicated, and many publishers enforce different practices and requirements. To help you navigate the publishing process, here is one publisher's procedure and recommendations for getting your book published.
There's been a lot of discussion about Harper Lee's novel "Go Set a Watchman." This Scribendi review provides one editor's take on the book.
Having the proper tools can be the difference between success and failure. In this article, Scribendi reviews three of the top script writing software programs to help you make an informed decision and choose the tool that fits your needs.
Scrivener book writing software allows authors to organize their ideas, structure their research, and write with ease. In this article, Scribendi reviews this useful tool, outlining some of its pros and cons.
Certain character types appear in literature from all time periods and all countries. This article looks at five of the most common character archetypes and gives examples from well-known literature to help you identify them and adapt them in your own writing.