By Robert Kurson 4 min read
Robert Kurson, author of Rocket Men, shares two tips he's used to improve his writing since the publication of his first book, Shadow Divers.
By Katie Ganshert 4 min read
Katie Ganshert discusses the importance of writing about what you want to know and explore, and how she did this in her latest novel, No One Ever Asked.
By C. S. Harris 4 min read
I’d never thought of Sebastian St. Cyr as a Sherlockian character, probably because while he’s intelligent, observant, and analytical, he’s also so very emotional and passionate. Sebastian’s l
By Lesley Nneka Arimah 4 min read
Writing a character within the confines of short fiction requires that you change the way you conceive of character. Lesley Nneka Arimah shares her advice.
By Leah Stewart 4 min read
Leah Stewart, author of What You Don't Know About Charlie Outlaw, considers why we continue to return to deserted islands in movies, TV, and books.
By Rebecca Harrington 4 min read
Rebecca Harrington explains why, in the age of modern technology and the internet, things have never been worse for unimaginative writers.