A structure no stronger than a sand castle.
Emma Coats strikes again!
Pixar's rules for writing a story... sort of.
An author who isn't afraid to share his opinions.
How much of a story is middle, anyway?
Writing is hard enough without asking people to meet outdated standards.
To improve our work, we have to admit it can be improved.
Each book in a series should be judged on its own merits.
A 19th century artistic movement, in MY writing? It's more likely than you think!
Genre critic vs. literary author!
A gut feeling for stories isn't enough.
We're in the “similes are metaphors” camp.
If you want to hook readers, you'll have less freedom to make changes.
Submitted by Ronald, answered
Writers love to offer lists of rules for writing, especially if they’ve got a book to promote.
We know how to write, but do we know *how* to write?
Telling a story is one thing, but how you tell it is another.
Do audiences have no taste or are critics elitist snobs?
As a successful writer, he must have something useful to tell us, right?
Your magnificent novel in progress could be holding you back.