So readers are asking what your characters look like. Here's what to do.
This is no time to argue about time!
Are you going on too long? Here's what to look for.
Submitted by Nick, answered
Your subconscious isn't the only source of great ideas.
The floor is down, bears are real, and women are not possessions.
It may not be everyone's cup of tea, but it has advantages.
Is your viewpoint character coming off as heartless? Here's how to fix it.
You don't even notice it until it's gone.
Does this novel redefine the form, or does it have bad form?
Write a letter to your readers.
While readers are sorting out what you're saying, they can't appreciate your story.
Check out this book about Nicholas Flamel. Did you know it's about Nicholas Flamel?
Genre critic vs. literary author!
Trying to fit two heads in one scene can come with consequences.
Readers want entertaining narration, but how do you make it entertaining?
Submitted by Dave L, answered
We must all appreciate the hard working verb.
We're in the “similes are metaphors” camp.
Marketing buzzwords vs the story: the battle begins.