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.
How to (not) use ellipses.
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The book vs. film conundrum!
Writing isn't always easy. Okay, it's almost never easy. These 9 resources can help you overcome the challenges of the writing process and achieve your literary goals.
Whether you are a reader or a writer, these book blogs can give you just the inspiration and information you need.
Whether you're an author learning these terms for the first time or you're just trying to remember a word (I know—it's on the tip of your tongue!), our fiction writing glossary is here to help.
How to know if you are a writer.
Being an author is great, but it doesn't always go the way we plan . . .
Many people want to become authors, but dreaming it and doing it are two very different things. Here's a list of things you should do if you want to remain an aspiring author forever.