Are historical fiction and creative nonfiction interchangeable or are there definite differences between the two?
Should I improve my writing before I really get too far into my novel to avoid major rewrites?
Can I use spelling that a character would write in a text?
How can a writer keep current events fresh and meaningful to later audiences?
Ask The Writer: At what point are classes no longer useful?
Ask the Writer: What tense should I use when describing a novel?
It’s important to clarify for the reader what kind of information he or she is getting when you repurpose true events.
Not sure if your query needs a cover letter? Our “Ask The Writer” expert weighs in.
Pay attention to where your mind and imagination wander. You will find your inspiration there.
Q: How do I begin a story that needs a lot of explanation? For example, when it takes place in another time or if the character has an extraordinary skill? A: In writing any story, you have to start somewhere and fill in the background details as you go. You can’t cram everything into the first …