“You have to have a lot of faith in yourself when you’re writing a book.”
“Knowing how to present your book in a compelling manner is essential.”
“Fiction’s not a place for hiding. Your skin is in the game, from the moment you begin.”
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A short story needs motives.
NaNoWriMo executive director Grant Faulkner shares how crafting short shorts can open a big world.
“Allow yourself to write badly in the beginning. That’s good tried and true advice. And then let it evolve as you rewrite.”
A bracelet builds character for an author’s pseudo self.
An Ocean of Possibility was the theme of a short story contest held this summer by The Writer.
Bhargavi Lanka’s winning entry for the Ocean of Possibility writing contest.