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Any good advice helps

Alright, so I’m new to posting on this forum. And Any forum really. I recently began writing what I’m calling a graphic novel. I’ve always enjoyed writing in some form but recently I started this, got creative and think I wanna try an...

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Max Passion Min Talent

paperbackwriter said: ↑ that’s quite encouraging actually Alanthanks Click to expand… If you are interested about this topic, I could recommend you Dr. Carol S. Dwecks book Mindset. We often think that talent is something we h...

Crowdfunding a Novel: Fantastic and Frustrating

Interested in crowdfunding a novel? Susan K. Hamilton, who has crowdfunded two novels, shares the joys and frustrations authors can expect when publishing via this 21st century route. In the “good old days” getting published was a labor...

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Remembering First Crush

I wanted to fancy a boy for years before I actually got round to fancying anyone at all. No one hot or kind enough at school, honestly. There were a couple of good-looking guys but no one I was drawn to. Looking back, I’m pretty sure ...

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A Short Story Idea

crosswolf said: ↑ If he’s a father, and he’s doing this because he loves his wife and kid and he feels it’s the right thing to do, there are ‘kinder’ ways to try and kill them – if you’re set on t...

Using Literary Techniques in Narrative Journalism

“There is no more fiction or nonfiction, only narrative.”—E. L. Doctorow Jon Franklin’s “Mrs. Kelly’s Monster” An inventive and enterprising writer, Jon Franklin won the inaugural Pulitzer Prize in Feature Writing for his arti...

7 Tips for a Successful Relationship with Your Book Cover Designer

by Savannah C at Reedsy A picture may be worth a thousand words — but a cover design can be worth 50,000. You want the cover of your book to be just as thoughtfully constructed as its contents, and for that you need an excellent book cov...

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Creativity

These days, I approach creative writing like I’m laying bricks. Each brick is a scene, with its own setting and characters and purpose, and every brick is misshapen in its own way, and of a unique size. I set one brick down. Adjust it...

Translating High-Profile Events into Fiction

Robert F. Delaney discusses the process of writing his debut novel, which serves as a case study into the unique experience of writing about a true story that, at the time of its occurrence, received significant media coverage. My friend d...

Imagination Unchained: BIRD BOX Author Josh Malerman on Film Adaptations, Theatrical Book Readings and More

Bird Box author and multidisciplinary creative Josh Malerman shares insights into his writing process, what it’s like having a story adapted for the screen, his unique theatrical book readings and more. Anyone with a Netflix subscription...

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