Tag: fiction writing

#SquadGoals: The Top Writing Groups throughout History
#SquadGoals: The Top Writing Groups throughout History

Walk in the footsteps of your favorite author and become a better writer along the way by joining one of these top writing groups.

13 Ridiculously Fun Horror Tropes to Play with This Halloween
13 Ridiculously Fun Horror Tropes to Play with This Halloween

To get into the Halloween mood this October, kill your boredom and improve your writing skills with one of these fun horror tropes!

7 Things Famous Monsters Can Teach You About Writing [Infographic]
7 Things Famous Monsters Can Teach You About Writing [Infographic]

Horrific? More like prolific! Here are some writing tips from some of the best-loved monsters of all time.

8 Visual Writing Prompts Worth a Thousand Words
8 Visual Writing Prompts Worth a Thousand Words

These visual writing prompts are sure to spark your imagination. They focus on key aspects of the writing process, so they will also help you grow as a writer.

9 Great Tools to Help with the Writing Process
9 Great Tools to Help with the Writing Process

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.

A Glossary of Fiction Writing Terms
A Glossary of Fiction Writing Terms

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.

A Guide to Fleshing Out Your Plot
A Guide to Fleshing Out Your Plot

The plot of a novel is a complication and its resolution. The author is free to structure this complication and resolution however they wish. This podcast will guide you through fleshing out your plot.

Are You a Writer?
Are You a Writer?

How to know if you are a writer.

Back Matter Podcast
Back Matter Podcast

A book does not always end with the story. The last few pages at the back of a novel may contain what is known "as back mater," or, in plain terms, a discussion on some aspect of the book. If you are interested in the different elements of back matter, this podcast will be a helpful resource.

First, Second, and Third Person: How to Recognize and Use Narrative Voice
First, Second, and Third Person: How to Recognize and Use Narrative Voice

First person, second person, third person . . . sounds like a party to me! Learn how to identify and use narrative voice in your own writing.

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