Werewolves with smartphones, vampires on motorcycles, mages at school, and so many nightclubs!
It’s challenging to maintain reader interest across multiple books.
Are you making a bold and progressive statement or simply reinforcing harmful norms?
Prologues are almost always meaningless and disconnected mistakes.
How do you know which stories aren't yours to tell, and why should you care?
Worldbuilding is complicated, but a few universal principles can provide guidance.
Things are heating up this week, because we're talking about dragons, salamanders, and more!
Ugh, why do stories have to be so political?
Is lost knowledge always found in the last place you look?
Internal conflicts are often more challenging than external ones.
What people actually mean when they say “character driven,” and how plot strengthens character.
Disparate elements pull stories apart and bore readers.
The term “prescriptivism” gets thrown around a lot, but what does it really mean?
Justifications for oppressed mages make as little sense as the idea of oppressing mages itself.