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.
How to (not) use ellipses.
What is copy editing? Scribendi explains what copy editing is and why it is necessary for your writing.
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.