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The Rise of Literary Fiction

For the last decade, popular fiction, also known as genre fiction, has enjoyed mainstream success with modern audiences. From the terrifying If It Bleeds by Stephen King to Chasing Cassandra by Lisa Kleypas, it’s abundantly clear that genre fiction has a very warm place in...

Writing the Author Bio

We’re writers, right? So, in theory, we should be able to write. About anything. Or, just about anything. Including about ourselves. The author bio is an important component of the author platform. What’s that? The means by which we promote ourselves and our writing. The author...

Teen Fantasies

In the song, Teen Idle, by Marina and the Diamonds, the narrator wishes she did more with her youth. The song illustrates the tumultuous emotions that a teen may go through, even using religious imagery to integrate with the pressure teens face everyday. They may...

Historical Romances vs. Regency Romances

You’re an avid fan of romance. You’ve devoured every romance book you’ve ever come across, from classics such Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë and Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen to more modern romances like Chasing Cassandra by Lisa Kleypas and The Happy Ever After...

Writing Tutorial for Beginners (Part 1)

So how does one teach the fundamentals of writing? In most cases, instructors avoid bombarding the student with grammatical rules. The goal is to make the student kick-start with the writing process. For primary levels, it begins with a fun sentence construction activity by letting...

Writing Tutorial for Beginners (Part 1 of 2)

Writing is a discipline that will remain in demand until Judgment Day. Writing events, personal stories, and documents are indispensable tools for reference because, in order for civilization to get a better grasp of where it wants to go, it must learn from the successes...

What’s in a Point of View (POV)?

Establishing and maintaining a constant point of view (POV) in your story is important to keep your readers engaged. If the POV is frequently changed or inconsistent and the author jumps from the first person to third person and even second person, the reader will...

The Psychology of Writing (Part 2 of 2)

Years of study have been devoted to understanding the underlying motives of why writers write, and the answers are often rooted deep in the writer’s psyche and have been subjected to various interpretations. Famous authors, for their part, do not give too much emphasis to...

The Psychology of Writing (Part 1 of 2)

Rejection and criticism will always be a part of the writer’s experience. As writers, we subject ourselves to the approval of others. While most of us have managed to accept these two factors as part of the vocation, some writers take it too personally to...

Writing About Faith and Religion (Part 2 of 2)

2) Double-check your references This will save you time during your editing and proofreading process. If you do not know the difference between a priest’s stole and his chasuble, re-check your reference to prevent any hassle that may arise. You don’t need to be technical, but being specific...