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What to Consider Before Agreeing to Co-Author a Book

What to Consider Before Agreeing to Co-Author a Book

What it really means to have a book edited, by Penny Reid from RT Book Reviews.

Many writers can take the premise and run with it, but not everyone works the same. If your premise hasn't got the plot cogs turning yet, how do you start?

Create a Unique Magic System for Your Book

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Writing Your First Book | Are you ready to start writing your first book? Check out this post for Tips on writing and publishing your first book.

What happens when people don’t like the main character in your book?

How can you make the reader care about the characters in your book? This is a 4 step process to help you pack a powerful emotional punch in all of your scenes, which will help connect the reader with your characters.

6 Key Scenes to Write a Terrifying Villain

Our villains make our heroes. Without them, our heroes can’t shine. Write these scenes to wow us with their quirks and scare us with their ferocity.

Writing Your First Book | Are you ready to start writing your first book? Check out this post for Tips on writing and publishing your first book.

The Cost of Self-Publishing a Book

honest and interesting! The Cost of Self-Publishing a Book via Jenny Bravo

Six Tips for Doing More With Less

Speculative fiction readers are interested in different things. Some of them are passionate about characters, some want to explore new worlds, and others look for a riveting plot. It's easy to make any of these...