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Signs You’re in Your Final Year of University

December 12, 2018, by Lucy Signs You’re in Your Final Year of University The library has become your second home that you might as well start paying your share of the bills. Talking about the library, your routine is planned to the minute...

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a truly bad protagonist

I’m currently brainstorming a new project in which the protagonist is bad. Not bad in terms of actions – he isn’t violent or anything – but beliefs. He’s a successful far-right newspaper columnist who makes a g...

The Editor Behind the Curtain: Inside the Publishing Process

For first-time authors, the publishing process is often shrouded in mystery. An expert shares an inside look at what goes on behind the scenes—and how to leverage it for future success. Whether you’re currently writing a book, querying ...

Immersive Nonfiction & Idea Generation with The Fifth RiskAuthor Michael Lewis

Author Michael Lewis of The Big Short, Moneyball and his latest, The Fifth Risk, lays out his formula for immersive nonfiction in this extended Writer’s Digest interview. Whether by luck or an innate synchronicity, Michael Lewis often...

Maximizing Writing Productivity While Working Full-Time

Many writers dream of days they can devote entirely to their craft. But the reality is that working a day job in a field often unrelated to writing is sometimes a financial necessity, especially for new and debut authors. When people learn ...

The 9-Minute Novelist

Strapped for writing time? Fret no more: This incremental approach will lead you from first draft to finished manuscript in no time. Learn how to write a novel in mere minutes a day. Writing a novel is a complicated equation involving a lot...

Plausible Scares: Blending the Real and Unreal in Horror Fiction

Using examples from William Peter Blatty’s iconic horror novel The Exorcist, Dustin Grinnell explains how to craft truly frightening horror fiction by blending the believable and the unsettlingly extraordinary. In the novel The Exorcist ...

How Are You Getting Assessed?

When I was in high school, I usually lost my course syllabus during the first two weeks of class. Sometimes I just recycled it the minute the first class was dismissed. I didn’t need it. The teacher was going to remind us about upcoming t...

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How can I make this work?

I have been writing a new adventure in one of my series as of late, and have been running into a few issues connectingthis installment to the timeline/continuity. Said series, entitled, ‘Urban Sentinel’, is about a vigilante tha...

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Anti-depressants

Every person is different in terms of how they’ll react to different medications. And every person gets their creativity from different places. Negative emotion is just one kind of fuel, and it doesn’t burn clean. I’m on C...

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