The YA's Dogtown
A rabbit-hole look back at a writer's adolescence.
Weekly Round-up: 5/25/12
Notes from the Slushpile: Second Book Syndrome, or How putting one book behind you can unleash a brand new world
: With some MS Paint magic!
Jeff Goins, Writer: The Difference Between Art and Entertainment
: Art transforms us.
Writers In The Storm: What Makes a Good Book Cover?
: Why it can be considered a science.
Kirssy Media Ink: A Word Aspiring Writers Don't Use Enough
Jody Hedlund: How Much Interaction Should Authors Have With Readers?
: The more visible and relatable an author remains the better.
Write to Done: How To Write a Best Seller – Advice From an Olympic Medal Winner
: Be prepared to endure an apprenticeship.
Storyfix: Hunger Games 6 — The Stealth Power of Sequencing
: A series of scenes fulfilling a mission.
Daily Writing Tips: 50 Tips on How to Write Good
: Psst, take a close look at the title.
The Blood-Red Pencil: Why Novelists Should Write Flash
: Flash fiction can strengthen your craft. Not to mention "flash" is a spunky word.
Help! I Need a Publisher!: Listen to constructive criticism
: Even published novels are imperfect.
YA Indie: Should you write a sequel? Or make your book a trilogy?
: Just make sure each installment is a story by itself; not filler.
The Writer's Resource: Plotting A Romance Novel
: Back from hiatus!
Bryan Thomas Schmidt: The Importance Of Reaching Beyond Female Stereotypes
: Why the phrase "strong female character" still exists.
Jami Gold, Paranormal Author: Has Writing Made Your Life…Strange?
: Who else would go off on a "grains" zombie tangent?
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