By Elyssa Friedland 4 min read
The problem with writing what you know is you may just overwrite it. Here's how to make sure that you don't fall prey to the "write what you know" advice.
By Louise Candlish 5 min read
Louise Candlish, author of Our House, shares some writing advice on the importance of structure, and great examples to look to, when writing a novel.
By Kristan Higgins 4 min read
Novelist Kristan Higgins says that the key to writing the best novel you can is to ignore everyone's advice (including hers).
By Owen Hill 6 min read
Owen Hill, co-annotator/editor of Raymond Chandler's The Annotated Big Sleep, shares thoughts on how to execute the perfect murder scene in your writing.