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How to Write a Science Fiction Novel

In this post, learn how to write a science fiction novel from beginning to end, including 4 approaches for the first chapter of your novel, tips for writing about fictional technology, writing dystopian fiction, writing a science fiction se...

Life Into Fiction: Turning a True Event Into a Compelling Story

Lawyer and crime novelist Stephanie Kane delves into the complications and rewards of using real-life events as inspiration for writing compelling fiction.  Years ago, a housewife was beaten to death in her suburban Denver garage. I was ab...

Writing A Legal Thriller: Three Tips From A Criminal Defense Lawyer

As a criminal defense lawyer who has tried over 200 jury trials, thriller author Ed Rucker has a few tips to share on writing a legal thriller. Focus on authenticity People read fiction for a variety of reasons: to escape into an imaginary ...

Vintage WD Interviews: Alice Hoffman

Alice Hoffman proves with each of her books that fairy tales and fables aren’t just a thing of the past. In preparation for her WD Interview in the October 2019 issue of Writer’s Digest, WD editors read this interview with Alice Hoffman...

Canva Adds New Trifold Design Templates

Canva has been my go-to graphic design tool for the last half decade. It’s a tool that’s easy to use and makes those of us who don’t have an eye for design look like we do have a bit of a clue. I… Read the whole entr...

When You Outgrow Your Genre: Tips From a Romance-Turned-Literary Novelist

After writing romance novels that sold over half a million copies, Anna Schmidt wanted to break away from genre fiction to write literary fiction. Here’s what she learned from making the switch. The level of success I’ve had as an autho...

Trauma: What Happens When We Put It On the Page?

Writing the story of her assault wasn’t easy for Karen Stefano. The author shares her experience writing about trauma, including how she found the strength to put it all on the page, the inevitable ups and downs, and the self-care needed ...

SLN Creators Interview w/ Stephanie Cheung of VoteBetter

SLN Creators is featuring Stephanie Cheung, the creator of VoteBetter — an app that keeps you well-informed on who you are voting into student government, their roles, campus politics, structures, and processes. What inspired you to crea...

Writing a Novel? Here are Seven Friends You Need

From the veteran writer to the friend who doesn’t read, author Karen Dukess presents the seven friends you need to keep on track while writing and publishing your novel. It’s often said that writing is a solitary act. And it’s true ...

Writing and Publishing Poetry—Q&A with Patricia Colleen Murphy

Patricia Colleen Murphy is the founder of Superstition Review at Arizona State University and author of two books of poetry, including her recently published collection, Bully Love. Murphy talked with WD about how to improve writing and wha...

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