Nerine Dorman laments that best of SFF lists often exclude many female writers, and suggests a range of other names to read
We’ve all heard the phrase “good readers make good writers,” but just what does it mean, why is it important, and how does one go about reading like a writer?
What sets you apart from other writers? How do you stand out from the crowd? The answer lies in ﬁnding your unique writing voice. In this blog two guest writers give their take on how to find and hone your voice.
Guest contributor Neil Chase shares tips to write a murder mystery that captivates readers and keeps them guessing.
This guest contribution by the team at Reedsy explores ways to subvert character clichés for a less predictable story.
Guest contributor Cari Bennette discusses NaNoWriMo hurdles and the benefits of planning, community, and continuing the process beyond the month of November.