The three-act structure has been around since Ancient Greece with Aristotle’s “Poetics” and it has been used in every medium for storytelling we now know of.
The type of point-of-view you choose will have a significant impact on how your readers experience your novel. In this blog post we are going to discuss four different types of points-of-view and what they offer for writers’ creative process.
A short story is a more concise form of literature that can contain less 5,000 words. A novel can be any length and contain as many words as the author deems necessary to tell their story in full detail.
Poetry is a beautiful form of expression, and one that many people are drawn to. If you have ever wanted to try your hand at writing poetry but don’t know where to start, then this blog post is for you!
Do you have a great idea for a book and want to share it with the world? The publishing industry is changing rapidly, and self-publishing has never been easier.
A character profile is a document that describes the key aspects of one or more characters in a story, novel, film, etc. Character profiles are often used to help writers understand their characters better and keep them consistent as they write the story.
Editing your novel is not easy. You have to make sure the story flows seamlessly from one chapter into another, while also making sure that it has a logical progression and tone throughout all of its pages.
The sights, sounds, smells, feelings, textures, tastes, colors – all play an integral part in painting this picture, so don’t skimp on these things. The setting is where your novel will succeed – just do it!
Themes like power, love, war or good vs evil tie together the events of a narrative to give it meaning while also delivering an underlying message for readers to take away from their read.
One of the most important things about storytelling is plotting. Plotting your story will help you make sure that all the pieces fit together in a logical way.