When you should, when you shouldn't, and when you should stop bluffing and pick one.
How to make your story's feeling and setting believable—including when you change it.
How to get readers on the edge of their seats and keep them glued to the page/screen.
These unsettling tales will keep you up at night—and glued to the page.
How your protagonist can fall short and still satisfy readers.
Oren, Mike, and Chris discuss the trend of remaking stories with a darker and more realistic feel.
Chris, Oren, and Mike discuss the great dilemma of whether or not to kill a character.
Why this widespread story term isn't as catch-all as it looks.
How far you should tip your storytelling hand about an important character's fate.