Evoking emotion on the page begins with the man or woman at the keyboard. Using the classic novel Where the Red Fern Grows, here are 7 tactics for writing tear-jerking tales that will make your readers empathize with your characters.
A deep dive into how and why evil develops in story and real life and how writers can apply these concepts.
According to literary agent Donald Maass, a protagonist is defined as the subject of a story, whereas a hero is someone with extraordinary qualities.
Fiction writers invent. Journalists report. Editors of reality TV shows do both, mostly the former, selecting without thinking, just following orders.
A veteran contractor gives freelance writers a self-employment playbook.
She was his comfort slave, and existed for his pleasure.