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Creating the Right Heroine for your Story New!

Every great story has a great heroine or hero. The process of developing the right heroine for your story can be challenging when you think of their pivotal role in the book. Here are some tips to consider if you want to develop a relatable...

Illustrations for Adult Books New!

While illustrations are commonly used in children’s books, the amazing features they add to the stories starts the discussion on why they are rarely incorporated in adult books. For many children, reading a book without pictures is almost intolerable, but as they grow older, the...

Imagining your Story New!

When coming up with a new story, it is easy to get lost in the details before establishing an outline for your plot. Drawing up a plan, even if just a sketch, will help you remain focused and contain your ideas to produce a coherent and...

Turn your Writing Failures into Wins New!

Not every dream is meant to be achieved and every winner has known failure at some point in their lives. Since success has a lot to do with how you deal with failure, here are a few tips to see your failures from a different...

Literary Inspirations: Lord Byron New!

The Romantic Movement was known for many things. From a longing for the natural to the musical qualities of the works, to even writers exploring the darker side of humanity, it was, at the very least, an interesting period for literature. However, many agree that...

Literary Inspirations: T.S. Eliot New!

The Lost Generation was characterized by a sense of hopelessness and confusion in the midst of World War I. Many of the literature produced during this time often had a nostalgic tone to it, and once the war was over, the changing of gender roles....

Literary Inspirations: Alfred, Lord Tennyson New!

Alfred, Lord Tennyson was known for his sentimental works. He was praised for his literature and was awarded the Chancellor’s Gold Medal. His poetry had drawn interest from both the general public and literary giants, including Samuel Taylor Coleridge. He even influenced groups such as...

Literary Inspirations: John Keats New!

When we die, we hope to leave something behind. Sometimes, this could be a momento of the past, such as photos or albums. Other times, we leave legacies, such as that of the lessons we teach others, or our own children. And even more still,...

Literary Inspirations: Maya Angelou New!

In elementary school, I remembered one teacher who took pride in an author and forced us to read a poem she wrote. Despite all our complaining and groaning, we still did it. Predictably, when we read the poem Caged Bird, we couldn’t put it down....

Buying New York Times Bestseller Status New!

I’m not going to lie; as well as the rest of my writer’s club in high school, I dreamed of getting the coveted New York Times bestseller status. We all dreamed about selling our books across bookstores and libraries, including Barnes and Nobles. In fact,...